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|03-21-2019 08:20 AM|
Originally Posted by Corbo View Post
|03-21-2019 07:11 AM|
|sheila||Also, make sure the dust shield is not bent and rubbing the back of the rotor.|
|03-21-2019 04:37 AM|
Originally Posted by 12 lt View Post
I also have some play left to right?
Thanks for your reply
|03-21-2019 04:16 AM|
Hubs on these cars are prone to failure, especially those that are not oem quality. If you hit any potholes or used a lower grade assembly it or they definitely could be worn again. With the grinding noise on the ground, sounds like it is putting just enough pressure on the hub to cause the rotor to have contact with the pads.
Next time you get the wheel up with the car on a jack and secured safely, rock the wheel and feel for any give. Be sure not to rock it side to side, but instead from top and bottom of the tire. To me it is easier to check the hubs with the tire off the car and feeling for any give by grasping the rotor.
|03-21-2019 03:29 AM|
Need help, I'm baffled
The background: I bought the car about a year ago. It had bad hubs so I replaced them and the rotors.
A few days ago I noticed a horrible grinding sound while driving and noticed the rotor was being eaten up where the pad/bracket it. So I change the pads and rotors again. The pads that I replaced didn't look worn.
Needless to say I back out of the garage last night and am experiencing the same issue.
When I pulled it back and put it on the jack I could put the car in drive and get no grinding noise. But when it's back on the ground it starts up again.
Any thoughts or prayers are appreciated lol but for real I need HELP.
Thanks in advance