Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Long Island, N.Y.
When the pads are replaced you can bend the new pad to go tight against the caliper. This will make the noise go away for good. You can even open the calipers without replacing and bend them by hitting them with a punch bit and that will take up the slack and no more noise. My Acura wouldn't do this until the brakes need replacement, but Manager stated this will fix for good. Out of factory they use the shims which wear down, they should use a punch and snug them in at the factory to make it right.
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