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any ideas about squeaking noise?

Old 03-10-2013, 06:50 PM
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Alot of things can make a tiny squeek and dissapear when they receive load under situations like braking.
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Old 05-10-2013, 12:17 PM
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it's been a crazy time for me but anyway I am now getting around to getting things done on the mustang. The weather has been horrendous. I started the process of getting new brake calipers for the mustang. I bought caliper paint and started with the right rear caliper (going to do one at a time due to cash flow.) anyway when I bought it, the parts counter guy said... your anti rattle clips are in the box with the new caliper. Gee... I thought that might be my problem after all. To show my stupidity, I thought the springs at the top of the pads were the anti rattle clips. nope.. those hold the pads into the top of caliper. So after getting the new caliper painted I dropped it off at the nearby shop that has a hoist. about 2 hours later the owner called and said the caliper is mounted. As I drove it home... a big smile on my face. Woo hoo... the rattling/squeaky noise is gone.
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