Question about Chevrolet Cobalt
This could be an indication that the brakes aren`t adjusted enough and as the brakes are applied the shoes move(get pulled)in the direction the drum is turning(assuming its drum brakes)a little that when they can`t move any more they make the clicking noise.or it may just be a bit of rust(rubbing on the backing plate)when the brakes are applied.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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