Question about 1999 Honda Civic
Its noisier when slowing down cant tell where its coming from my daughter thinks it sounds like an aeroplane taking of
Just a simple suggestion since I can't hear the noise or actually inspect it. I would recommend having the break pads checked out. If the pad is gone and you are now grinding metal on the disc break you will be hearing a horrific noise. You would hear it more when you are slowing down because you are applying pressure to the breaks which in turn puts pressure on the break pads "if there is any pad left" and would be diggin in even deeper into your rotors. Let me know if this is not the issue and I will try to help more. This would be a very good place to start though.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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