Should newly installed titanium brake shoes make a grinding sound for a few days after they have been installed when you drive?
If I heard any "grinding" whatsoever, I'd check everything to be sure nothing fell off/broke etc. == ==
If you are on a slippery road or just push the brake as hard as you can, that odd grinding feeling is probably your anti-lock brake system. The pedal will feel like it is grinding under your foot, accompanied by a grinding noise. this is a good thing, it means the system is working properly. If you aren't on a slick road or jamming the break, you should see a mechanic immediately.
probably, if the pads are worn, or the rotors \ drums are scarred, there will be a grinding noise, plus you should be able to feel it through the brake pedal. most modern brake systems have quealers on the pads to tell you when they are getting worn and should be replaced. If you have a disc brake system, you should be able to inspect the rotors quite easily. Look for gouges in the surface…
What would cause a grinding or rubbing noise in the front end when the wheels are turned left and right on a 2000 Ford Taurus se?
Why would the brake lights on a 1998 318ti work normally without the headlights but stay on constantly with the headlights?
I have a grinding noise from front passenger wheel and the brake pads already replaced. The grinding noice can be heard even when car is parked and you rock car back and forth. Any Ideas?
Do bad brakes gradually make a slight grinding noise and get worse the longer the vehicle is driven without repair?
My breaks squeek and their no metal to metal grinding and i need to know where to put in the brake fluid on a 98 Plymouth breeze?
It depends on where the grinding noise is coming from. Most of the time the grinding is coming from the brakes and the brake pads need to be replaced. If they've been grinding for a while, the rotors will need to be resurfaced or replaced. Other possibilities for grinding are worn axle bearings, or a problem with the clutch. If the clutch goes out, there will be a grinding noise when you try to shift…
Why does your brake light on your 2004 tracker keep coming on and it just started making a horrible grinding noise what could this be?
Why does your 2000 ford escort make a squeaking and grinding noise coming from the front left side happens more when you let off the gas and while breaking?
Sounds like the sqeaking noise may be the squealer tab on your brakes touching the brake rotor. The grinding noise when the brake is applied is the metal backing of the brake pads cutting into the brake rotor. This is past the time of normal wear and you should take the vehicle to the repair shop to have a professional technician tell you how much you could have saved your wallet. A normal brake job…
It sounds to me that either the brake pad has shifted and isn't seated properly in the caliper OR the bolts that attach the caliper may have been installed incorrectly and are rubbing against the dick rotor. One more thing, the backing plate (thin piece of metal that blocks and protects the inside of the rotor may be bent and rubbing on rotor.
Your question is vague, but since you used the words "squealing/grinding" I first start to look at the brakes. The squealing could be coming from your brake pads. Some brake pads come with a safety mechanism that alerts to when the brake pads are nearing replacement time. If you ignore that squealing then it turns to a grinding because there ain't no brake pad left. At this point, you're now looking at replacing the rotors…
Why would right front wheel area make a grinding noise like you can almost hear it spinning- not constantly but a lot- also grinds worse when using brake but not every single time either?
Sounds like the new symptom has something to do with the brake job. Was a new brake rotor (disc) installed? Is the tire loose? Were the wheel bearings greased when the brakes were done? The grinding noise sounds like something might be rubbing, the vibration makes me think something is unbalanced. A bent rotor (disc) might cause both of these things. If the brake pedal pulses uncomfortably when you try to stop the rotor may…
2003 sonata 54200 miles when i go to 40mph off the pedal i hear noise from the engine sound like a turbine when i brake the pedal i heard grinding noise feel the car is pulling forward backward?
You at least need to take care of the brakes right away. The grinding probably means that the disk brake pad(s) are worn. The irregular braking action is caused by a warped rotor. The brake job will include resurfacing or replacing the rotor and should eliminate the problem. As for the turbin-like noise, I'd have to hear it.
Your transmission feels like it is grinding while in gear with brake applied there is also a high pitch squeaking sound when it is not under torque?
What could a high pitched grinding that only happens while the wheels are rotating be also on turns the sound will momentarily go away?
When you apply your breaks it sounds like somethings grinding is it just the brake pad or should you be worried?
What is the grinding noise coming from your drum brakes on your Clio 1997 The front seem to be fine and there is no pulsating on the brake pedal?
What is the length of time that I have between when I first hear that squeaky sound indicating that I need a brake pad change and when I actually need to get them changed?
Quite possibly wrong, but I'm wondering if automotive brake cleaner might work. The residue seems similar and many brake pads are ceramic. Please try isopropyl alcohol rather than brake fluid first. It should cut it if its a black oily deposit. If it is iron deposit that has rusted from grinding. Lime-Away or CLR will desolve the rust..