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Old 14 Jan 2006, 04:56 pm
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Default '91 Integra brake pad? piston? rotor

Wow! the problems are coming fast & furious now. My daughter reports,
and I just checked, a hissing/slighly grating noise right front wheel
on braking. She noticed it on hard braking. I took the car out briefly,
hard braked, nothing. Next brake hiss/grate sound easily heard right
left wheel. In the background a faint rotation related muffled bumping
noise. She's heard that more than I have. Brakes work fine. She wants
to take it 1600 mi next week. I want to take it to Honda. Never heard
this before. Hints?
One of you guys nailed the ac idler pulley noise recently. Cheers

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Old 14 Jan 2006, 06:17 pm
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Default Re: '91 Integra brake pad? piston? rotor

"finding z0" <jsk2@excite.com> wrote in message
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> Wow! the problems are coming fast & furious now. My daughter reports,
> and I just checked, a hissing/slighly grating noise right front wheel
> on braking. She noticed it on hard braking. I took the car out briefly,
> hard braked, nothing. Next brake hiss/grate sound easily heard right
> left wheel. In the background a faint rotation related muffled bumping
> noise. She's heard that more than I have. Brakes work fine. She wants
> to take it 1600 mi next week. I want to take it to Honda. Never heard
> this before. Hints?
> One of you guys nailed the ac idler pulley noise recently. Cheers
>

Look over http://tegger.com/hondafaq/faq.html#brakes

I think rust or similar has affected the slider pins
(http://tegger.com/hondafaq/rustybrakes/brakes1.html) - only requires the
clean-up and lubrication if caught early. It won't work fine long if that is
what is going on. (I've had loss of lubrication even when I lived in
Phoenix, but salted roads make it a fact of life.)

Right left wheel? :-)

Mike


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Old 14 Jan 2006, 10:40 pm
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Default Re: '91 Integra brake pad? piston? rotor

Yeah sorry.Left side, right? Thanks for the link. I know I can do this,
but I'm too tired and I wanna watch football. Cheers

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