Question about 2000 Volkswagen Golf
Noises are are to diagnoise without hearing them myself but ill list some checks for you to do. first, jack up the wheel and check it turns freely with the hand brake off, make sure you have carbon left on your pads,you might need brakes. second check the brake disk isnt wore with a lip and the steel from the pads isnt rubbing the disk. third, get someone to watch the wheels at the back as you drive away slowly to make sure the wheels are spinning correctly and that the caliper isn't locking, fourth drive your car at speed if the noise gets louder the faster go it could be a bearing.good look I hope this helps (Rate me answer please)
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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