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Old 03-17-2011, 07:49 PM   #1
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Ok I need some help, I have a Ticking noise coming from my back drivers side rear wheel. It only does it when i brake kinda hard though, any clue as to what it could be?

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Old 03-17-2011, 08:05 PM   #2
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Don't know but I get the same sound for about 20 seconds when I first turn on my car and throw it into reverse to back out of my driveway. (I have an 04 auto I-6)

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Ok I need some help, I have a Ticking noise coming from my back drivers side rear wheel. It only does it when i brake kinda hard though, any clue as to what it could be?
it is one of 3 things 1) brake spring kit or shoes 2) bad axel bearing 3) loose lug nut
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Well it only does it when I brake hard, so hopefully is the break it self
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Hi! So I just took my jk in to the dealer for the same issue except I hear it from the rear passenger side. After three hours of taking every component of the axle, break, shoe, pad, caliper, rotor, and wheel off, the tech could not find a single thing wrong. They said there was nothing they could do. They even checked the parking break to see if that spring was rubbing against something else.

It just started happening about three weeks ago. I brought my Jeep home today and I will try another dealer or wait for it to get worse before anyone can help me .

I have an 07 2 Door Sahara with a 3 inch lift all around @ about 46k miles.

It happens when I press 1/3 to a 1/2 way on the breaks. Any more than that and the clicking stops. You can hear it worst in a parking garage, driveway, or in the neighborhood. Major highway driving - can't really hear it.
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