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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-24-2012 Thread Starter
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2006 Mustang GT Front end problem

Ther is a noise in my front end when i hit my brakes to slow down its a roarin noise and it dont sound good at times i put new brake pads on and i just put on brand new drilled slotted rotors and that didnt fix it what else could it be

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Did you seat the new pads according to the manufacturers recommendations?


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If you initially replaced only the brake pads and not the rotors, then the pads may have been making contact with rusted areas of the original rotors, which will cause noise. If that's the case, then it's also possible rust got imbedded in the pads, and are now making noise with the new rotors.

Also, cheap brake pads can be noisy even with new or resurfaced rotors.

If the noise was happening before you replaced the brake pads and rotors, then obviously they're not causing the noise.
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It was making the noise before i replaced the braje pads and rotors i put new rotors on now i just replaced the brake pads again and its still makin the noise
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The noise may be caused by a defective tire.
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I believe its the wheel bearing its gettin worse

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