Question about Toyota Corolla
Hi, this sounds to me like the inside pads are worn down enough to give off the warning sound that the pads are about to hit metal. It will make this noise even when you don't apply the brakes. You will here it in reverse and in drive. Look at the rims to see if they have black break dust on them or the hub caps, which ever you may have. I would jack it up and block back wheel first, set parking brake and remove the tire. Take a light and look at the inside and outer rotor for wear and the thickness of the pads. If the pads are worn bad and the rotors are down to metal, you will need to remove the rotors and go to Kragen auto and they will turn them for around $20.00 per rotor. Pads are around $22.00 to do both front wheels. You may get away just replacing the pads. If this is something you would like a brake shop to take on, you will at least know what the noise was, and hopefully you caught it in time. Be sure not to forget to rate me as I know you will be kind to me. Please keep me posted on this as I will be checking in with you.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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