Yes, they make a screeching sound.
Check your brakes(pads and rotors)
ticking sound from a wheel is usually a dry or worm wheel or axle bearing
Something is wrong. Take them apart and see what happened and why. Possibly one of the metal shims slipped out of place during the install. Don't keep driving knowing something isn't right with the brakes.
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.
Your brakes are probably getting low and they are rubbing against the rotor.
try not to jam the brakes tap them slowly it might help
check the brakes usually click when pads get thin
Chances are you have a rock(S) stuck in your rear tire tread. pry it out.
the clicking sound is usually made by a device fitted to indicate worn brake pads and only happens when braking whilst backing up, many vehicles have this feature, check your brake pads for excessive wear.
A small rock or pebble may be stuck in tire's tread.
It's the brake calipers. Probably around $400 to replace in a shop.
The wiring to the horn is shorting out at times. Check the horn relay, and the wiring to find where the system shorts when the Jeep brakes.
the clicking sound is the blinker. when you signal to turn with your blinker the light flashes and makes a clicking sound.
Bad tire? Bad Wheel bearing? Broken return spring in brake drum if so equipped?
probably have a bad relay, that was my problem.. Are your turn signals not working, but your hazards lights are? and if so, do you hear a constant clicking sound, like your turn signal is turned on? Does the clicking sound go away when you hit the brakes? It is the relay.
If the roaring sound Changes with speed it could be a bad wheel bearing. If the noises changes with braking check the pads.
Possibly worn brake pads. Remove the wheel and inspect the brake pads on that wheel. If you replace the pads, replaceall padson the same axle.
Get your brakes tested. I do not know what a ticking sound means.
Most likely it's the pads knocking because the rotors need to be machined or replaced. Alternatively, if you have rear drum brakes, an abnormality in the drums could cause the shoes to jump up and down vertically.
The sound of the braking railroad cars shreiked through the night. Now matter how hard he pushed the pedal, the car was not braking.
have the back brakes checked sometimes they can sound like the front
If it has two wires and two vacuum lines, then it is the purge solenoid and clicking is normal.
The clicking sound from the George Foreman is from the selected temperature that was selected. It is a normal sound for the appliance.