What's a break?? Do you mean brakes? Maybe the brakes are happy!
Any how if you mean brakes, a build up of rust can occur on the disk. Due
to the design of a disk brake and with the close tolerances of the brake pad
to disk a scraping noise can occur - similar to a whistle until the rust
clears. This generally only happens after the car has been sitting for a few
days or longer in a moist environment. What it could also be is that the
calipers are sticking. Have you had a brake job recently? How old is the car
and how may miles do you have on it?
my breaks are whistling always in the morning... when i push a break 5-6
times it stops ..
i have never had like this..
Mine is the same case. But I take my Ford Focus(49k miles) out everyday
to work. They squeak for first 2 or 3 times and then disappear. If it is
raining, then i have noticed, it does squeak more often.
What should I do?
I have the same problem sounds like it is coming from the left rear brake
I had a focus come in and it went away as soon as i took the drum of that
side and put it on. so im guessing it might to have something to do with
the Brake dust. Maybe getting stuck in the springs or something like
it was very werid. Also i've notice alot of Wheel Cylenders going on the
focuses, but then again people that come to my shop drive them to the
ground 100k with out anything done to them and wonder why i give them a
bill for a large amount!! :)
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