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Old 01 Feb 2007, 10:25 pm
reid
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Default Squeek only above 45mph

I have a squeek that is driving me crazy. It sounds just like the
belts squeeking, or brake pad sensor (when pads are low), but it only
happens at speed. Not if I run up rpms in garage. Brake pads are
new. Goes away below 45mph. Above 45mph, the squeek does not change
if I press on brakes. Itís been there for a month now, very
reproducable.
Any ideas where this could be coming from??
Any ideas how to find this? Thanks!

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Old 02 Feb 2007, 07:29 am
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Default Re: Squeek only above 45mph

reid (none@000.com) writes:
> I have a squeek that is driving me crazy. It sounds just like the
> belts squeeking, or brake pad sensor (when pads are low), but it only
> happens at speed. Not if I run up rpms in garage. Brake pads are
> new. Goes away below 45mph. Above 45mph, the squeek does not change
> if I press on brakes. Itís been there for a month now, very
> reproducable.
> Any ideas where this could be coming from??
> Any ideas how to find this? Thanks!
>
> --

I had a somewhat similar squeek that turned out to be a loose heat
shield. The sound appeared to be coming from a much different place
than the heat shield was.
Dan

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Old 02 Feb 2007, 08:05 pm
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Default Re: Squeek only above 45mph

reid <none@000.com> wrote in
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> I have a squeek that is driving me crazy. It sounds just like the
> belts squeeking, or brake pad sensor (when pads are low), but it only
> happens at speed. Not if I run up rpms in garage. Brake pads are
> new. Goes away below 45mph. Above 45mph, the squeek does not change
> if I press on brakes. Itís been there for a month now, very
> reproducable.
> Any ideas where this could be coming from??
> Any ideas how to find this? Thanks!
>


WHAT KIND OF CAR???? [make,model,year,3-door,4-door]

where is the noise coming from,front back,left side,R.side....

It does make a difference.


Sheesh!

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Old 02 Feb 2007, 10:42 pm
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Default Re: Squeek only above 45mph

I had the same problem (96 Accord Coupe 5spd EX 4 cyl) the front clamp on
the exhaust heat shield corroded off. At highspeed (75) the airstream
dragged the front of the shield down far enough to touch the roadway,
Replace the clamp or remove the shield.
"reid" <none@000.com> wrote in message
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>I have a squeek that is driving me crazy. It sounds just like the
> belts squeeking, or brake pad sensor (when pads are low), but it only
> happens at speed. Not if I run up rpms in garage. Brake pads are
> new. Goes away below 45mph. Above 45mph, the squeek does not change
> if I press on brakes. It's been there for a month now, very
> reproducable.
> Any ideas where this could be coming from??
> Any ideas how to find this? Thanks!
>
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Old 05 Feb 2007, 12:25 am
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Default Re: Re: Squeek only above 45mph

Honda Pilot 2003, 4 door with hatch, AWD, and I can not tell where the
noise is coming from. I get my teenagers in the car, and everyone
thinks itís coming from a different place - but I think itís from the
front. I got under the car today and looked for anything loose that
could touch moving parts - even looked for signs of rubbing since most
of the underside is dirty. Nothing. Iím thinking of running hoses
under the car to different places so I can listen to different areas
when Iím driving - but that may be crazy too

"Jim Yanik" wrote
> reid <none@000.com> wrote in
> news:971948_434ac8c4c1ce28cdc412797eba8b32f3@autob oardz.com:
>
> > I have a squeek that is driving me crazy. It sounds just

> like the
> > belts squeeking, or brake pad sensor (when pads are low),

> but it only
> > happens at speed. Not if I run up rpms in garage. Brake

> pads are
> > new. Goes away below 45mph. Above 45mph, the squeek does

> not change
> > if I press on brakes. Itís been there for a month now, very
> > reproducable.
> > Any ideas where this could be coming from??
> > Any ideas how to find this? Thanks!
> >

>
> WHAT KIND OF CAR???? [make,model,year,3-door,4-door]
>
> where is the noise coming from,front back,left side,R.side....
>
> It does make a difference.
>
>
> Sheesh!
>
> --
> Jim Yanik
> jyanik
> at
> kua.net


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