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Brakes clicking? #350723 Dec 13, 11:26pm Dec 13, 11:26pm
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Brakes clicking?
Hey guys, I got a question.

As of late, when I am braking, I would hear a click everytime I press on the brake. It does not squeak or anything, it just clicks once. So if I was to press down, it would click, if I would let go of the pedal and press it down again, it would click again.

It sounds like metal tapping lightly on another piece of metal. It is not loud or anything but you can hear it from inside.

What do you guys think it could be?


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Re: Brakes clicking? [Re: Chelica815] #350724 Dec 14, 7:36am Dec 14, 7:36am
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mine does it too, my uncle says its normal.It does it on his G35 coupe as well. So i wouldnt worry about it

Re: Brakes clicking? [Re: ChiNeyBwoy] #350725 Dec 14, 7:38am Dec 14, 7:38am
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Your ABS system maybe?


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Re: Brakes clicking? [Re: XxMerlinxX] #350726 Dec 14, 7:40am Dec 14, 7:40am
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its ur brake fit kit..the two r so spring that hold ur brakes in place when you brake, prob worn out...they're bout 20 bucks at the dealer, replace em u'll b fine... wave


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I hit, what else, oh plus dome.
Re: Brakes clicking? [Re: celicajonz] #350727 Dec 14, 10:38am Dec 14, 10:38am
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Originally Posted by celicajonz
its ur brake fit kit..the two r so spring that hold ur brakes in place when you brake, prob worn out...they're bout 20 bucks at the dealer, replace em u'll b fine... wave


Is this something I can do myself? Where is this located BTW.

And when I go to the dealership, I just ask them for a brake fit kit for a 2000 GTS right


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Re: Brakes clicking? [Re: Chelica815] #350728 Dec 14, 1:02pm Dec 14, 1:02pm
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my 2002 civic did the same thing, but when i was driving a domestic, the domestic didn't do it. An my celi does it too.


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Re: Brakes clicking? [Re: Polykarb] #350729 Dec 14, 1:35pm Dec 14, 1:35pm
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its just the pads shifting a lil when they touch the rotor... Even my EX's IS300 would do this... take it to a dealer and they will tell you its normal.. idunno


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Re: Brakes clicking? [Re: DJ_Curtiz] #350730 Dec 14, 9:03pm Dec 14, 9:03pm
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Yea, my uncle said that the pad might be loose, exactly what you are saying.

Is there a way to secure it in place? Is weird, I drove my old GT today, and that car is super quiet compared to my GTS


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Re: Brakes clicking? [Re: Chelica815] #350731 Dec 15, 10:47am Dec 15, 10:47am
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YEAH ITS CALLED THE FIT KIT...ITS LOCACTED WHERE THE BRAKES PADS R...I BROUGHT MY MOMS CAMRY FOR THE SAME REASON thumbsup


Originally posted by A_Bathing_Ape:
I hit, what else, oh plus dome.
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