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Why do your rear passenger side brakes make a clicking sound when braking?
Asked in Subaru Outback
Why would one rear wheel make a clicking noise in a 2000 outback sport with drum brakes you can hear it when you brake and when you are not braking?
Asked in Auto Parts and Repairs, Chrysler Sebring
Why after replacing the front brakes of a 1997 Chrysler Sebring would there be a clicking sound when braking and a faint rubbing sound while driving?
When braking a clicking sound appears from the rear end?
One of the components in your rear drum brakes (or disc brakes) could have come loose, but that could be just one of the possible problems. Does the clicking sound more like two metal balls tapping together?...you know, like the ones people have in their offices at work, and they tap back and fourth? The problem could be your rear drive axle, rear suspension or your brakes. I am unable to be more specific because i would need to know what the clicking sounds like. The cost of repair could be 100 bucks if its the brakes, all the way up to 1,000 if its the axle.