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Noise from adjustable brake paddle when coming to complete stop. sounds like dry rubber bushing. 05 Crown Vic Sport

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  • John Buettner Sep 10, 2009

    No, just a crunching dry bushing sound when pushing a little harder to stop. sounds like it's comming from under the dash. only when warmed up, no noise when engine is cold.
    car stops straight and smooth.

  • John Buettner Oct 26, 2009

    Thanks, doesn't matter braking hard or soft. it's the final push to stop when the dry ( like ) rubber bushing sounds.
    just used the CVS this morning and now the noise is all the time. ( hot or cold ). no pulling or vibration.
    Bought new in 05 so it only has 17K miles. always garaged.

  • John Buettner Oct 26, 2009

    Thanks,--- no stops straight and smooth, no vibration or pulsating.
    The noise is now all the time, when pushing the brake pedal for full stop.
    I'm thinking it could be the adjustable pedal option on my CVS because the noise ( dry rubber bushing ) seems to be under the dash on drivers side.

  • ginolena May 11, 2010

    when braking slowly or hard?

  • Wayne Holden May 11, 2010

    Brake pedal? Is this a pulsating noise with vibration in the pedal?

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