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      09-24-2011, 08:32 PM   #1
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Dragging Brake?

Tried out the GoPro today and filmed a bit of driving around hoping to capture the brake/suspension noise I've had for a bit now. After reversing, it seems like the brake pads are moving around in the calipers, then slamming to the front when I brake. There is 3-4 audible clicks when doing so. Also, there is a squeaking noise from a stop until about 20-23 MPH. Assuming this is brake related as well since it seems to vary with temperature. I have replaced the tension struts with M parts, no change. Wheel bearing? Control arm? Thoughts?

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a lot of people hear the pads shift when they brake in reverse.
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it is normal
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Tried out the GoPro today and filmed a bit of driving around hoping to capture the brake/suspension noise I've had for a bit now. After reversing, it seems like the brake pads are moving around in the calipers, then slamming to the front when I brake. There is 3-4 audible clicks when doing so. Also, there is a squeaking noise from a stop until about 20-23 MPH. Assuming this is brake related as well since it seems to vary with temperature. I have replaced the tension struts with M parts, no change. Wheel bearing? Control arm? Thoughts?

Are these oem brake pads?

What you may want to do is apply some BMW/MB brake pad paste on the leading edges of the pad backing plates where it meets the caliper bracket. The paste will help dampen the noise a bit.
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      09-27-2011, 10:17 PM   #5
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They are OEM, I'll try the paste idea. Also thinking of switching to cool carbon pads and pulling my sensors out.

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