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Noise from right rear wheel area when slowly backing.

2005 Honda Accord EX. 35,000 miles. When I go into reverse when slowly backing out of driveway or a parking space, a distinct medium pitch humming/whine noise comes from right rear wheel area. Does not happen all the time, and only in reverse, and not just when brake pedal is depressed. Does not happen when car is going more than 5mph in reverse and does not happen in Drive. Could it be a brake pad wear indicator, or have something to do with the parking brake cable?

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I have the same exact model, same year and the same problem at 52,000 miles. Did changing the brake pads solve the problem? Because I hope thats all it is...

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Brakes need replacing. Just take the wheel off and have a look see.

Posted on Jul 15, 2009

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