[Biturbos4] Grinding Sound from rear during slow speed stop
s_malt at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 14 17:16:32 EDT 2006
--- "j.koenig" <j.koenig at adelphia.net> wrote:
> In spite of the age of the pads, I'd look first at
> the brakes. It could even be something
> stupid like a stone jammed in the caliper and
> grinding on the rotor.
I recall reading something about that months ago in
this list (my feeble search attempts failed). IIRC,
the fix was to find a safe place (empty parking lot)
to drive in reverse at a decent speed and then slam on
the brakes ... thus dislodging the debris. Sounds a
bit brutish. Perhaps removing the caliper would show
a bit more finesse (and provide an opportunity to
inspect for damage).
'01.5 S4 Sedan
'03 A4 3.0 Sedan
'87 4000 CSq (f'in sweet, baby)
Garaged at 9200ft
just outside Denver, CO
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