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Why is the drivers side rear rotor so loose, can hear it rattle when kick tire. Pulled wheel and everything looks normal can move it freely. None of others are like that. On 1991 chevy lumina euro

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Check your studs,they maybe stripped at the end and the lug nuts are not holding the tire against the rotor tight,replace all 5 studs and all 5 lug nuts and see if it solves your problem.

Posted on Apr 23, 2017

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  • Mike Wetzel
    Mike Wetzel Apr 23, 2017

    That makes sense wish I had thought of that when I had the tire off Would this cause a noise when braking at slower speeds? Brakes work fine but the noise is driving me nuts its like a popping noise but not real loud

  • Thomas Perkins
    Thomas Perkins Apr 25, 2017

    Your vehicle might have clips on the studs holding the rotor on,check your other tire and see if their on some on their.

  • Mike Wetzel
    Mike Wetzel Apr 25, 2017

    I checked the studs and none were stripped. The clips could be what it is. I had the rear brakes done about 6 months ago and they could have left them off when they put new rotors on. I will look at the front and see if they have any. Thanks for getting back with me. I had decided to just live with the noise as the brakes work fine

  • Mike Wetzel
    Mike Wetzel Apr 26, 2017

    Was reading about the clips and it said they were only used to hold rotors on while on the assembly line and that they really served no other purpose. Most mechanics just leave them off when changing rotors

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