Sara32013 Posted August 16, 2017 Share Posted August 16, 2017 So I've been experiencing some popping as well as other strange noises when applying the brakes. They seem to make noise every time I brake, regardless of speed. When I hit the brakes it usually pops and then there is a grinding like sound, not exactly grinding but similar. About 3 months ago I decided to paint my calipers, during reinstallation I cleaned up all the old grease, added new rubber boots, replaced old grease with sly glide, and added some anti seize. The front pads are still like new, and at least one rear caliper still has good pads. The other rear caliper is sticking and the pads may be more worn on that side. However, the noise is coming from the front and I don't believe the rear pads are that worn yet. When I brake, the feeling I associate with the sound I hear is a warped rotor, if that makes any sense? I do not feel anything when I brake so I don't believe I actually do have a warped rotor. The rotors are in pretty poor shape all the way around though. They are rusty, lightly gouged, and I doubt they are at minimum thickness specs. What could be the cause of the sound? Thanks for the help! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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