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Friday, May 2, 2008

Clicking Sound When Brake Pedal is Depress

Car Trouble Symptoms
During application of car brake, a clicking sound is heard coming form the front end.

Car Problem Diagnosis
Clicking sound during braking is an indication of loose brake component, as indicated the clicking sound is coming from the front end which give us conclusion that the problem is involving a disc brake as this is what the most common type of front brakes.

Disc brakes is consisting of a brake pads that squeezes against the disc by a disc caliper which is induced by a pressure coming from the master cylinder when stepping on your car brake pedal. If there is a loose component on your disc brake, a clicking sound can be heard during braking. Usually the most common parts that are likely to cause this kind of brake problems are the brake caliper bracket.

Possible Cause of Clicking Sound on Brakes
Loose Brake Caliper Bracket

How to Fix Brake Clicking Sound
If you want to find out what causes the brake problems, remove the wheel where the clicking sound occur and then check the disc brake for some loose components.

Hence, if you cannot identify the cause of the problem better to bring you car to a reputable auto repair shop specialized in car brakes system and asks the mechanic to inspect your car disc brake for any loose components. Take care of this problem at once to avoid a much bigger problem that may arise due to loose component part on your car brakes.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

my car has a ticking sound about like a turn signal it comes on when you touch the brake and will quit in a short time until you touch the brakes again, any idea what that could be,anti lock brakes