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Noise in the front wheel when breaking

hey guys, so for a while i've noticed this noise that comes out of the front wheel when breaking. It's not all the time, just once in a while when i'm in a parking lot, trying to fit in a spot and use the break i hear it. It sounds like a clang, like 2 pieces of metal hitting each other. I've been with it to the service and they said it's the wheel bearing. I've replaced it and can still hear this noise.

It's possible that it's more often than i think but while driving and music on i don't hear it so i just hear it sometimes when i go into a parking lot, usually indoor with a bit of echo. Now this is here since i've bought the car 1 year ago, i just hoped that replacing the wheel bearing will fix it. Does anyone know what might be happening here ?

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It's possible that the brake pad retaining clips have come loose.



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It's possible that the break pad retaining clips have come loose.
hm i thought about it as well, looked up a few videos on youtube and it seems to sound pretty much like what i'm hearing. can these pins/clips be added or do i need to get new brake pads ?
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