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Old 03-24-2014, 02:51 PM   #1
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Squeak coming from right rear wheel

I've recently noticed a squeak that I think is coming from the right rear wheel. It doesn't happen on the time but when it does occur, it oscillates in rhythm with the vehicle speed.

If I keep my foot on the gas and lightly touch the brakes, it stops until I take my foot off the brake. I'm thinking it could be the bearing? Before I take this into the dealership (ugh), what can I do myself to try to verify the issue?

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I'd say something in the brakes. If it were a bearing, lightly pressing on the brakes might make it change pitch but would not make it stop.

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^ I agree about the brakes.

Sometimes you can get a tiny peice of gravel/sand/debris stuck between your pads and rotor that will cause this.
It could also be the "wear indicator" on your brake pads if they have quite a few miles on them.

1. How long has this noise been happening?
2. How many miles do you have on your current brake pads?
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It doesn't happen all the time, kind of irregularly. Not sure when it started....maybe a few months ago?

I initially thought something stuck between the pad and rotor as well, but I've hosed it out pretty good and that didn't fix it. Pads have plenty of meat on them as of my last rotation about 2400 miles ago.

I have to do another rotation soon. Will remove the caliper and clean the rotor at that time to see if it resolves the problem.
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I have a similar problem in my '14 JKu. Theres a squeaking/hissing sound whenever I accelerate and I think it's coming from the front passenger side. Here's the thread I posted yesterday Metal Grinding/Hissing sound when accelerating.
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I have a similar problem in my '14 JKu. Theres a squeaking/hissing sound whenever I accelerate and I think it's coming from the front passenger side. Here's the thread I posted yesterday Metal Grinding/Hissing sound when accelerating.
Hope you get your issue resolved.

I wouldn't classify mine as particularly metallic in nature. It seems intermittent, and doesn't happen at any particular speed thought it seems to happen more at slower speeds though it's hard to hear over my aftermarket exhaust.
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I had a noise coming from the rear wheels. I'm partially deaf but my husband has excellent hearing and it was driving him nuts. Brought the jeep to the dealership for another issue and mentioned it to them. When I picked it up, I had new rotors and pads.
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I was talking to some fellow Jeepers at a club meet last night. One guy had the exact same issues and turned out one of his rear axles had somehow become slightly bent. Not saying that's my issue, but it's something I'll have to investigate.
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Anything is possible. But usually you'll have pad play that would cause that type of noise. Or like mention, there's something inbetween the rotor, pad, caliper that is doing it.

When you rotate, take the caliper& rotor off to check for anything. When putting it back together. Clean the contact points for the pads& shims (if there is shims) & the slide pins. Apply high temp brake grease to the shims & pad contact points & the slide pins. You don't need a thick layer, just a thin coat. See if that helps
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Anything is possible. But usually you'll have pad play that would cause that type of noise. Or like mention, there's something inbetween the rotor, pad, caliper that is doing it.

When you rotate, take the caliper& rotor off to check for anything. When putting it back together. Clean the contact points for the pads& shims (if there is shims) & the slide pins. Apply high temp brake grease to the shims & pad contact points & the slide pins. You don't need a thick layer, just a thin coat. See if that helps
Yeah, that's my plan right now.

My friend identified his axle issue by putting the rear axle on jack stands and putting it in drive. He was able to look at the tires spinning and could see a very slight wobble on one tire. It wasn't enough to feel it while driving but the slight wobble was causing the rotor to hit the pads, thus causing the squeek. Is a pretty easy test to set up so will try that soon as I still have about 500 more miles before it's time to rotate and I dont have time to do the rotation now anyways.
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I was talking to some fellow Jeepers at a club meet last night. One guy had the exact same issues and turned out one of his rear axles had somehow become slightly bent. Not saying that's my issue, but it's something I'll have to investigate.
I had same/similar noise, first noticed around 2500 miles on my '13 JKU. Mine isn't intermittent--it happens all the time, most noticeable between about 5-25mph when the frequency is slower. I'd call it a chirp. Louder in slight right turns. Louder when very lightly on brakes, then stops when brakes are engaged. Finally took it to dealer last month at about 10000mi hoping they'd handle it under warranty. After checking brakes and bearings they finally decided my RR axle was bent. Ordered new and replaced it under warranty. Picked it up and within a day the chirping was back, although not as loud. I'll be taking it back in as soon as I can.
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I had same/similar noise, first noticed around 2500 miles on my '13 JKU. Mine isn't intermittent--it happens all the time, most noticeable between about 5-25mph when the frequency is slower. I'd call it a chirp. Louder in slight right turns. Louder when very lightly on brakes, then stops when brakes are engaged. Finally took it to dealer last month at about 10000mi hoping they'd handle it under warranty. After checking brakes and bearings they finally decided my RR axle was bent. Ordered new and replaced it under warranty. Picked it up and within a day the chirping was back, although not as loud. I'll be taking it back in as soon as I can.
Good wording....I'd agree that mine is more of a chirp as well, and not a squeak. That being said, my symptoms seem slightly different that yours but that's doesn't mean we don't have the same issue.

I've got 27K on mine and this just started recently. Keep us posted on what you find.
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So funny.... my original post had a #3 question "Would you describe it as a 'chirp' or a 'squeak'?" but I thought you'd think I was crazy for asking so I took it off.

I've had the the chirp sound before and it was my slide pins on the caliper needing to be greased. I had forgotten to apply the grease to the pins after changing my pads. Putting brake grease on the pins and shims seems like such a little thing, but makes such a difference.
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So funny.... my original post had a #3 question "Would you describe it as a 'chirp' or a 'squeak'?" but I thought you'd think I was crazy for asking so I took it off.

I've had the the chirp sound before and it was my slide pins on the caliper needing to be greased. I had forgotten to apply the grease to the pins after changing my pads. Putting brake grease on the pins and shims seems like such a little thing, but makes such a difference.
My bad.....completely glossed over that question. Sorry.
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I've had the the chirp sound before and it was my slide pins on the caliper needing to be greased. I had forgotten to apply the grease to the pins after changing my pads. Putting brake grease on the pins and shims seems like such a little thing, but makes such a difference.
I had forgotten, but a while back a mechanic friend suggested that might be my problem. But he said that would mean my rotor is out of true (or warped or whatever--don't want to get into that academic argument) so the intermittent contact is what would cause the pins to move/chirp. I didn't want to grease them due to not wanting to mask the possibly more significant issue with the rotor when trying to get the dealer to fix it under warranty. Maybe I'll give it a try before I take it back in.
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I had same/similar noise, first noticed around 2500 miles on my '13 JKU. Mine isn't intermittent--it happens all the time, most noticeable between about 5-25mph when the frequency is slower. I'd call it a chirp. Louder in slight right turns. Louder when very lightly on brakes, then stops when brakes are engaged. Finally took it to dealer last month at about 10000mi hoping they'd handle it under warranty. After checking brakes and bearings they finally decided my RR axle was bent. Ordered new and replaced it under warranty. Picked it up and within a day the chirping was back, although not as loud. I'll be taking it back in as soon as I can.
By the time I took it back to the dealer Monday the chirping was as loud as before the unnecessary axle replacement. Picked it up late yesterday and they said they lubricated the caliper pins and adjusted the parking brake but didn't know which one got rid of the chirp. Noise is gone...hopefully for good.
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By the time I took it back to the dealer Monday the chirping was as loud as before the unnecessary axle replacement. Picked it up late yesterday and they said they lubricated the caliper pins and adjusted the parking brake but didn't know which one got rid of the chirp. Noise is gone...hopefully for good.

Good to hear. I still haven't gotten around to jacking up the rear and checking for possible bent axle.

One thing I thought it might be was my hi-lift that was mounted to my TF carrier along w/ some rotopax cans. Highly doubted it, but removed the cans and jack just to see. Strangely enough the sound went away. I don't see how my hitting the brake would stop the sound if it was coming from the jack so I have no idea at this point. It's also possible that I did have some debris in the rotor/caliper that finally worked itself loose.

Need to rotate my tires in about 200 miles so will check axle and rotor/calipers at the same time just to be safe.
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Was out in the garage just now, and put the rear axle up on jack stands. Started the engine and put it in drive. Could be my imagination but I think i do see a very slight wobble in the right rear tire.

I could also hear a very faint squeak coming from the wheel area.

So now what? I'm still under warranty so do I hit up the dealership? If so, do I straight up mention the possibility of a bent axle? or do I just say I have a squeak and let them diagnose?
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Yea bring it in& have them look at it. You could say you had a problem like this on a truck before& it was an axle. Could you check the axles while you are trying to find the noise.


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Was out in the garage just now, and put the rear axle up on jack stands. Started the engine and put it in drive. Could be my imagination but I think i do see a very slight wobble in the right rear tire.

I could also hear a very faint squeak coming from the wheel area.

So now what? I'm still under warranty so do I hit up the dealership? If so, do I straight up mention the possibility of a bent axle? or do I just say I have a squeak and let them diagnose?
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Yea bring it in& have them look at it. You could say you had a problem like this on a truck before& it was an axle. Could you check the axles while you are trying to find the noise.
Good plan. And figured I'll have em check both rear axles. Can't hurt.
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Nope, not at all. Use the warranty as much as you can before it's gone!


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Good plan. And figured I'll have em check both rear axles. Can't hurt.
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I have a similar chirp that comes & goes. New brake pads/rotor turn did not eliminate the issue.

Local mechanic shop *thinks* this originates in the e-brake drum. Their investigation continues.
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That's possible. Could just be the contact points for the shoes are dry. High temp brake grease will help.

The issue I had was on an 03 liberty. After ten years, the shoe pad came off the backing plate. Every so often you'll here a scraping noise.


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I have a similar chirp that comes & goes. New brake pads/rotor turn did not eliminate the issue.

Local mechanic shop *thinks* this originates in the e-brake drum. Their investigation continues.
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Hitting up the dealer since I'm still under warranty and don't have any more time to research on my own.

Will keep y'all posted when I get an update.
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Just fixed a squeal on my left front wheel. Turned out to be dried and caked pieces of mud stuck between my brake rotor and that metal shield
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Just fixed a squeal on my left front wheel. Turned out to be dried and caked pieces of mud stuck between my brake rotor and that metal shield
Don't hold me to this, but I highly doubt I'll be that lucky. I don't believe it's a brake issue as I've dealt w/ plenty of those in the past.

I dropped it off this morning and straight-up said "I think my axle shaft may be bent. Please confirm whether or not that's the case." Figured no point in beating around the bush.
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Just heard back from dealership. They confirmed the axle shaft is bent, but refuse to cover it under warranty. They stated "It is not a manufacturer defect."

Can't decide if I even want to bother fighting them on this.
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It's worth it, really. Call Corp. & have it out with them. They usually give in. Got a lady I knew that wanted me to replace her engine cause she didn't change the oil often. It was slugged up. I told her I don't mind doing it. But call Corp. First& have it out with them. They went ahead& covered the engine replacement. It wasn't a Chrysler vehicle, but giving Corp a call beefier hand doesn't hurt.

It may be bent, but is there any evidence that it happen from off road driving? Any scratches around the vehicle? Build up mud? Could they prove it was from off road driving?
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Just heard back from dealership. They confirmed the axle shaft is bent, but refuse to cover it under warranty. They stated "It is not a manufacturer defect."

Can't decide if I even want to bother fighting them on this.
How bad is the squeak? What could happen if you kept running it like that for a while? I'm imagining its not too bent if its only squeaking and not clunking
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The squeak is VERY intermittent at this point so I'll prob just run this way for now unless there is a reason I need to replace now.

Dealer said there were scratches on the skid plates so "obviously" it had been rock crawling. I told him he couldn't prove what caused the damage. Then he tried to blame it on my lift. That's when I knew I was arguing with an idiot.

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