Ok so i hear a loud whistling or kind of sqeeking nosie coming from my brake when im driving down the road and not even braking. I took my jeep to the dealer they said that rottor hub was not on right and they they fixed the it but im still getting that nosie can someone please help me thank you.
You could be right but i had the pads changed, but only the front you think they could be the rear ones.I dont even have to depress the brake pedal and it makes that nosie when im driving down the road.
Does the noise go away when you press on the brakes??? If so it might just be noisy pads (high metal content). if it doesn't go away it might not be the brakes at all. One common problem if you wheel in mud and water is the front double cardon (CV)joint on the front drive shaft. If it get muddy or dry (no grease) it can sound like a bird singing as you drive down the road. If you heard this noise for the first time its a bit hard to locate, sometimes it doesn't happen until your doing 20-30mph. let me know what the answer is to the question above and we can go from there.
I think it does go away when i press on the brakes. The only time i have been in mud was like 6 months ago or even more, if they are my brake how can i make it go away and if its not my brakes what kind of grease do i need.
Well you might want to check two things. If they told you that your hub bearing wasn't on right then you might want to check the bolts on the back of the knuckle that hold them in. They are in kind of a triangle. Second I would take your calipers off and pop the pads out then reset the piston and re-install it all.
One other thing that could be happening? When you had your pads changed did they turn the rotors also? If not then the noise you are hearing could be from even pads and uneven rotors contacting each other when the brakes aren't in use.
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