Another problem with my 2000 honda civic ex 4 door 54k miles. I just
bought this car last month and i'm experiencing an clicking sound
coming from the front end only when i apply the breaks. As i slow down,
so do the frequency of the clicks. So depending at what speed i start
using the breaks the clicks are more frequent or less, so i'm assuming
its something to do with the breaks but what??? and can it be fixed
cause its frankly i dont like it, it feels like i'm driving a 1973 ford
pinto with all the nuts and bolts loose.
Thanks for help in advance.
If it's a single click that occurs when you switch from forward to
reverse (or v.v.), then that's due to the caliper design. Annoying, but
normal, and not fixable. You can search google groups for many posts
related to this.
If it's repeating clicks, then I don't know.
My 2002 IS300 does the exact same thing. I called the Lexus dealer this
morning and discussed this very issue with one of their technicians. He
said "It's normal for your model car and it's due to the caliper design".
still going to have them check it out--because it seems to be a bit too
audible if you asked me. So far this is the only complaint that I have in 3
years of ownership. If I have to live with it then so be it. It's not that
big of a
deal, although I would prefer that the noise be lessened or completely
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