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Braking When I apply the brakes I hear a " clonk,clonk clonk in the back and the sound desappears as soon as I take the foot off the brake. Can you give me an indication of what could be the problem? Thank you

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  • bruY2te Jun 25, 2008

    At least it gave me an idea of what I was facing:
    a 450 dollars repair bill

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Braking shoes might have been rusted that is why you hear clonk clonk clonk

Posted on Jun 23, 2008

  • gopinath pasupathy Jun 23, 2008

    can you tell me how old is your car

  • gopinath pasupathy Jun 23, 2008

    try this

    pull the tires off and check the pads visually and the condition of the rotors

    also check the condition of

    rear brake drums

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