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Old 02-19-2014, 07:33 PM   #1
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Default Rear passanger wheel squeaking noise?

When im driving normal i can hear a squeaking noise that sounds according to how fast the wheel is rotating. It sounds high pitched. It goes away when i begin to brake.
I removed the tire and the brake pads are fairly new, but each pad has 2 aluminum clips ( dont know the official name of these) that i guess hold them in place. the interior pad has the two but one was kinda damaged and on the exterior pad, it is missing one of the clips.
Could this be the reason for the noise i hear when im driving?
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Old 02-20-2014, 11:57 AM   #2
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Its the same thing mine is doing, I've changed the breaks, The caliber, The rotor, and now i'm trying to replace the bearing but i cant find the tool to take off the assembly.. same tire aswell... The breaks being changed didnt help it, But the rotor was bad until i managed to buy a new one yesterday, been trying to get the bearing changed since yesterday...
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the anti rattle clip shouldnt have anything to do with it, unless one of your pads is out of place and hits the rotor at one point in the rotation. Mine did that, but I had a bent axle ****in things up.
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