Question about 2003 Lincoln Navigator
You are going to have to take them apart and try to find what is causing this sound.It is possible that the splash guard may have become bent and it is rubbing on the disc.This has happened to me several times.Bottem line,take it apart,check for rubmarks,make sure the pads are floating nicely,make sure the caliper moves nicely on the sliders,double check everything .This is either going to be one of those simple /stupid things or the potential for real problems.When it comes to brakes I do them like the customer is a family member.They are either right 100% or you do them till they are ! Good luck
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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