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Old 04-09-2020, 07:54 PM   #15
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I finally took my caliper off and inspected my noisy brake which was the passenger front. The pads looked totally healthy at 45k. When the rotor spun past the pads at a certain spot, they made this noise. Visually everything looked fine, but with my hand I could feed that the spot on the rotor which was causing the noise had a different texture to it than the rest of the rotor face. It was almost a rough spot...pad deposit I'm assuming?

So I'm guessing rotor replacement (or resurfacing) is the solution.
A few hard stops and it will be fine.
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I finally took my caliper off and inspected my noisy brake which was the passenger front. The pads looked totally healthy at 45k. When the rotor spun past the pads at a certain spot, they made this noise. Visually everything looked fine, but with my hand I could feed that the spot on the rotor which was causing the noise had a different texture to it than the rest of the rotor face. It was almost a rough spot...pad deposit I'm assuming?

So I'm guessing rotor replacement (or resurfacing) is the solution.
If just a pad deposit you can just clear it by bedding the brakes.
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I had this problem on my WRX when stones get wedged between the rotor and brake dust shield. Just need to bend it back so there's clearance.
The 'Worst brake design ever!"... And to top it you can't see your brake pads!!!
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If just a pad deposit you can just clear it by bedding the brakes.
You don't wanna give that kind of advice, who knows what it will spawn... Bedding the brakes...
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