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01-25-2013 05:50 PM
fanat No problem boss.
I figure new cables should do it. I am not sure thou. Check and see if they are mounted correctly. Maybe they fell out of place and you just need to put them back in place.
01-25-2013 03:18 PM
Krishilbun
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I seen that b4. Unhook ur ebrake cable at that rear passanger end and see if the noise goes away. I read this somewhere b4
That's exactly what it was. Sound went away. How do I fix, new brake cables?

Thanks by the way.
01-23-2013 04:37 AM
Krishilbun Thank you for moving.
01-23-2013 04:04 AM
zetecDon This is the B-S-T section for Wheels and Tires. I am moving this to the proper section of "Wheels, Tires, Brakes & Suspension". Next time read more carefully as to where you need to post something.
01-23-2013 03:48 AM
Krishilbun Thanks for reply ill give that a shot in the morning
01-23-2013 03:47 AM
fanat I seen that b4. Unhook ur ebrake cable at that rear passanger end and see if the noise goes away. I read this somewhere b4
01-23-2013 03:33 AM
Krishilbun Dang, posted in wrong section :-\

Meant to be posted in Brakes & Suspension. Move please!
01-23-2013 03:11 AM
Krishilbun
Rear passenger brake noise

I have an issue with my 2003 Ford focus SVT. Bought used had a weird squael l that was intermittent (like rotor was warped.) and sounded like pads were worn as well. So I purchased centric rotors and hawk pads.. Still Sounds like rotor is warped and it squeals off brake pad every so forth rotation. What could cause that? Another warped rotor was purchased?

Could it be caliber? Installed wrong :*(?

If need more info let me know. Been wanting to record, but I don't want to mount my phone to my car :p

Guess I could swap driver side and see if changes..


Thanks for reading. Kris

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