One is to replace the rear drums. Cheap brake pads have large metal flakes in the brake material, and when you press the brakes lightly and a flake drags along the rotor, it will squeak.
But about this rattle... ComScore is a media measurement and analytics company providing marketing data and analytics to enterprises, media and advertising agencies, and publishers. A wheel bearing would make noise above 20 mph hot and cold and it will usually make a humming noise not grinding, but everyones interpretation is different.
This is very common. We could not locate your form. Another common grinding noise from brakes happens when small pebbles get caught between the rotor and rotor backing plate, or the backing plate is touching the rotor after a brake service was just done or the wheels were just removed from the vehicle.
Sometimes, there's a sound, and sometimes there's nothing whether I push the brake slightly or not.
Sounds like you may have picked up something in the road and it bounced up and hit the bottom of your car, it may have bent a tin shield near the rotor and is now touching the rotor? I just replaced the rear break pads but drivers side drum keeps sticking what would be the problem thanks in advance. You know where to find me if you have any other questions: Your brake pads could be worn or maybe the brake pad wear indicator is hitting the rotor.
Look for rips in the boot the rubber enclosures on the axle ends or grease in the vicinity of the CV. I have taken it to 3 dealerships a total of eleven times to have them fixed. Are you braking when you hear it or are you coasting to a stop? Jack up the suspected wheels, take them off, along with the brake caliper and spin your rotor.
Hi Robin, A broken boot would not cause this noise, even if they saw the boot ripped open they should have told you so you could repair it properly. Brakes are only a year old.
If your vehicle need to have the rotor and pads replaced, this is when the brake job becomes more pricey. I have a '97 328i with the same symptoms: Hi Bee, Bring it back to the mechanic and take them for a short test drive to point out your concern. I was told to drive it a bit since the sound may go away.