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Old 05-22-2012, 11:43 AM   #1
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Weird Brake Noise

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Doesn't happen all the time and it happens when I release my brake paddle it makes a quick clung or clicking sound, or happens when I am braking, (not right away when I brake but, I hear the sound, when I am almost complete stop), and it sometimes happen when I am going reverse.

My brakes are currently at 80+ %

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Old 05-22-2012, 07:10 PM   #2
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pad shims perhaps or loose caliper
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Are they jobber front brakes, or OEM? Noise from rear or fronts?
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Noise come from the front. It doesn't happen always. Usually when I press the brake slowly, not at initial braking. Happen pressing the brake toward the end when almost completely stopped

Sounded very quick, like just 1 click sound or Clug or Dung lol
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best way to find out is to remove the wheel and check if there's any play in the pads and check for loose bolts while you're at it
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might be some debris in the area... Like the Above ^^^ Poster said , remove the wheel and take the bolts of the caliper and lift it up and do an inspection. If it is your caliper, and you bought the Honda extended warranty, then calipers are covered.
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don't need help anymore as I traded away the car
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