Question about Cars & Trucks
Pads installed incorrectly or the backing shield got bent when brakes were installed. Raise the vehicle and spin each wheel to find the one making the naise. Now remove the wheel and spin it again and see whats making contact.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thats what the mechanics also say "He owns a BMW..... Lets RIP him OFF'!!! dats y we bmw owners like to repair ourselves! who agrees wit me???
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
check that you havent bent the baking plate behind rotor or drum that it is just touching the disc rotor and any anti rattle clips on brake caliper that they are fitted correctly.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
You should definitely pull the front wheel and check the bearings (they are roller bearings, not ball bearings). With the wheel off, you should be able to isolate where the noise is coming from, but I vote for the bearings. Check, replace and/or repack, and adjust properly. If you have noise, you should be able to feel the "play" in the bearings, or see the wear problem on the spindle and bearings. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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