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Brakes fail traveling at15/20m makes a grinding sound, but brakes ok at speed.


A grinding sound usually suggests metal to metal contact but, as you say, you have changed the pads and disks.

What springs to mind is that that the brake backing plate - the metal disk on the inboard side - are being touched by the spinning disk, or the noise is being caused by a driveshaft or bearing.

However, there are other possibilities. Are there any shims in your braking system? Shims hold the pads in place and stop squeal/rattle.

It also could be that the pads are not being fully released from the disk when the brake pedal is pressed. Depending on your calliper set up it may be something as simple as a slide that is sticking and needs cleaning.

Brake pads are released from the disk by what is nothing more than the spinning of the disk 'knocking' things back. Assisted by rubber sleeves on 'slide pins'. Something may be sticking and need cleaning and a smear of copper grease added.

It would be too easy to say that you have a vacuum leak (or internal seal) problem in the brake servo. A servo problem usually results in a 'hard' brake pedal at all speeds. You don't have this problem.

It may well be that your brakes feel 'spongy' at low speeds because the pads are not being shoved back from the disk because of sticking slides (depending on your system).

It also may be that the pistons in your calliper are sticking.

You obviously can work on cars and use tools - consider overhauling your brake callipers (look on Ebay for overhaul kits) but bear in mind that doing this also means you have to bleed the brakes.

May 03, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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I ave a low growling noice and brake pedal pulses


As a general rule, if the wheel shakes when you apply the brakes, the front disk rotors are warped. If the brake pedal pulses when you apply brakes, the rear brake rotors are warped. So you most likely have warped rear brake rotors. The noise may be that the wear indicators on the brake pads are touching the disks, indicating that you need new brake pads. Given both of these, I suggest a trip to the local brake repair centre is needed.

Feb 24, 2016 | 2001 Chrysler LHS

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Series3 .i have oil coming out of the handbrake drum,i refilled the transfer box,is there a oil seal or gasket leaking?


YOUR REAR BRAKES ARE ALSO YOUR HAND BRAKES, BUT YOU DIDNT SPECIFY IF THEY WERE DRUM OR DISK BRAKES.....CHECK THE SEAL ON THE CYLINDER ....ON DRUM BRAKES YOU MAY NEED A NEW ONE.
IF YOU HAVE DISK BRAKES, CHECK THE CALIPER (THE THING THAT SQUEEZES THE PADS ON THE DISK) YOU MAY HAVE A LEAK THERE....OR TIGHTEN THE NUT ON THE BRAKE LINE...... YOU ALSO FAILED TO MENTION IF YOUR BRAKE FLUID CONSTANTLY NEEDS REFILLING. IF NON OF THESE APPLY, CHECK FOR AN OIL LEAK OUT OF THE CENTER OF THE HUB, WHERE THE SEAL WOULD BE..IF THERE IS, THERE ARE YOUTUBE VIDEOS EXPLAINING HOW TO RESOLVE YOUR PROBLEM, DEPENDING IF YOU HAVE DISK OR DRUM BRAKES. GOOD LUCK.

Jan 28, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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I need a diagram for the rear brakes on my 2000 chevrolet silverado 1500. they are supposedly both drum AND disk.


Yippers, essentially a regular disk brake, with a smaller drum brake, for emergency brake, located in the hub of the rotor. If you can do regular brakes, and disk brakes, you will have no problems with this set up.

Sep 16, 2010 | Chevrolet Silverado 1500HD Cars & Trucks

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There is an irritating whining/metal on metal sound coming from the front driver's side wheel. Is it my brakes and if so how hard are they to replace?


hi, to me it sounds like you need to replace the brake pads and the brake disk so here is how you do this job:
1 undo wheel nuts and jack the side up your changing first, put axle stands under to keep car raises whilst you take wheel off, dont leave on jack as this wont support the car properly for a long time, then remove wheel

2remove two bolts holding brake caliper to rotor(this is the part that houses the brake pads you have one bolt at the top and one bolt at the bottom at the back of the caliper.

3, just before you take the 2 bolts out get a long flat bladed screw driver and put this inbetween the back brake pad and the brake disk then lever the screwdriver so you are forcing the rear brake pad back into the caliper, doing this will push the brake piston back which then enables you to fit the new ones after you have removed the old ones. So its the brake pad at the back of the disk you need to get the long screwdriver between this pad and the disk and pull the driver towards you so you are pushing the pad backwards into the caliper, this will push the piston back keep going till it stops.

4. Remove caliper with brake hose attached (tie the caliper up or rest somewhere so its not putting strain on the brake rubber pipe).

5 Slide brake pads off (you may have to gently tap on pads to remove them) and then put new ones on.

if you couldnt force the piston back earlier then your going to need a big g clamp to force it back now to allow you to get the new pads in if you done it earlier skip this part

6, now to remove the disk if you look towards the center of the brake disk you will see one or two cross head screws you need to undo this then the old disk will fall off with a gentle pull.
7 when you fit the new disk you need to clean it off with brake cleaner or wd40 as it has an oil coating to prevent it rusting whilst its on sale in the shops so when you buy the pads and disks make sure you ask them whats best to use to clean the surface of the disk not doing this will mean you wont stop when you press the brakes.

8 refit new disk replace the locating screw.

9 fit the new pads it is a good idea to put a bit of copper grease on the back of the pads to prevent any noise not the side that touches the disk but the back of the pads the metal part that touches the piston
Compress piston in caliper to make room for new pads with a clamp. Install caliper, install tire.

now repeat this on the other side.

you need to replace both sides at the same time so dont just replace the one side due to the fact if that side is low then the chances are the other side is just as low

check brake fluid level after doing this, it would also be worth putting a bit of rag around the brake fluid filler as when you push the pistons back your going to force brake fluid back into the fluid resevoir,

then before you drive anywhere get in the car and push the brake pedal a few times to ensure the pads are pushed against the disk, then you should have no problems using your car.

let me know if your having any problems.

not bad for a free post your lucky we answered as this is usually a technical question that people pay for the answer, but i seen your post and thought i would help.

give me a shout if you have any problems ok

Aug 15, 2010 | 2005 Hyundai Sonata

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How brakes work


the brakes slows the movement of the car then the trans and engine slows with that I guess you know you have brakes on all 4 wheels by braking you are slowing down the wheels

Apr 16, 2010 | 1999 Dodge Intrepid

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WEAK FRONT BRAKE - new liquid, new brakepads; no


if you replaced the pads and not the disk/disks, the pads will need some time to wear in to the surface shape of the disk. also if the disk is glazed at all, they'll be really weak.

Feb 16, 2010 | 1994 Suzuki VS 800 Intruder

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Rear brakes need replaced is it any harder then any other disk brake, and do I need any special tools?


rear brakes may be a ittle harder because of the rear support bars but disk brakes are really easy to replace

Oct 18, 2009 | 1999 Cadillac DeVille

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Do i need to change the brake pads and discs???


No you don't, you can have them turn the brake disk/rotor . Turning the brake disk/rotor is when you have the surface of the disk resurfaced by having a brake lath cut the high spots down. The disk are cheap enough now that most will just replace the disk/rotor the same time they replace the brake pads. You can pick up performance drilled or slotted brake disk/rotor for almost the same price as the OEM disk/rotor. Good luck and hope this helps, you can pick up the slotted brake disk/rotor at Auto Zone for a reasonable price and they will have the step by step instruction replacing the disk and if you like to just have the disk/rotor turned, they can do they there too.

Jun 07, 2009 | 2002 Volvo S40

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Brakes


It sounds like the rotor (brake disk) is warped. That would cause the pads to wear much more quickly because the disk "wobbles".
The warped disk can also cause the noise, depending on how bad the warp is.
When most shops change pads, they usually recommend that you "turn" the rotors, it is a way of truing the disk.

Jul 27, 2008 | 2004 Mazda 3

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