Question about 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe
While driving with my windows open and as drive next to park cars, I hear a clicking noise as if there was a nail on my tire or as if a spring is broken. What can this be?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rear wheel/brake noise
first check condition of discs and pads if all is good drive and pull up handbrake slowly to see if its the handbrake shoes making the noise if still a problem will most probably be rear wheel bearings
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
Have you a had a 4 wheel alignment done?If all four wheels aren't set to a comman center line it cause it to shake,a warped brake rotor could cause this also.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
SOURCE: broken wheel stud
1. get new studs and nuts
3. remove caliper at bracket to spindle connection(2 18mm bolts?)you may need to remove caliper from bracket,but not always nessacery. Or remove drum,then to #5
4.remove rotor,will need a hammer, tap inbetween studs dont wreck good studs and see if new studs can be installed without removing parking brake shoes. If there is no clearance to get new stud in you will need to remove shoes.
5.Pound out old studs place new stud in hole use a washer on outside then put a nut on and tighten to install stud, A air gun or some type of impact tool will be very helpful. Check to see that stud has enough threds to pull stud all the way thru ,add more washers if nessecary dont let the nut run out of threds it will **** to get back off and wreck new stud.
6. if you dont have air gun or feel comfertable removing brakes bring it to a reputable garage, shouldnt cost more than $70+ parts to get all new studs put in on one wheel.
Posted on May 17, 2009
sounds like your CV joints are worn out. If the clicking noise gets worse when turning then its a definite possibility. Also check the CV joint boots for splits as this can quickly wear them out. The dust mixes with the grease to form a grinding paste.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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