I'll answer as best I can for both.
Today's Top Stories. Check the rotor.
I will check all the sliders as they were a bit grubby. Does it happen all the time? I've used several products over the years, but they're all basically anaerobic adhesives, applied as either a lipstick-style film or a toothpaste-style goo.
Garages just scratch their heads at me now because they can find nothing wrong with the car anywhere. I guess i need to do the back brakes as well. The auto repair forum is collaborative member forum for you to find solutions to your car problems. Get a quote.
Finely, check the brake cylinder. They will not be used to target adverts to you on other websites. Sign up to the HonestJohn.
Certainly check the pins these can corrode and cause the calliper to lock on, the pins can be bought cheaply and are allways worth doing when changing calipers. Book a Service.
Because the outboard pads are basically loose, they can vibrate and whistle or hum. First, a basic explanation of how most modern brakes work: Now it has only returned on 2 occasions , once after being forced to brake very heavily by an idiot in a Jag , it continued until I finished my journey.
It's a small price to pay for increased performance.
So all pad noise is fine, right? The heat from braking should boil off and brake fluid left on the drum, and it doesn't soak into the drum.