Question about 1998 Chevrolet Venture Cargo
I had a 2000 venture with the same problem. I corrected the problem by changing the disks. The problem all started when I had my brakes done and they shaved the disk to much.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Pull wheels of again & spin rotors & see where/if outside edge on back of rotor touching against spindle or anything. If you see a spot where not touching but very close, concentrate on that area & clean any rust etc off part(s) that it may be rubbing on. Sometimes rust builds up on spindle will cause a noise when you get a little movement on turns. Also be sure your calipers & pads are retracting as they should. Make sure hub was clean before rotor put on, as dirt or rust build up, will cause rotor not to run true. Finally, make sure wheel nuts tight.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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