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Old 07 Jan 2013, 12:49 pm
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Default Front Left Clicking

1999 EX V6 Accord, ~194k.
Car has history of pulsing when brakes applied. Replaced Rotors an pads, symptoms reappeared in 3 weeks.
Replaced both transaxles as they were worn out.
Rotors replaced again, symptom came back, they are warping.
Last 2 weeks lound click at low speed driving straight on left side . Initial though was and kind of still is brake caliper. Pads are quite new.
Has anyone seen this type of problem? I feel that if my caliper is overheating it could easily cause my rotor to warp.
thanks for any input.
Rodney in Gilbert, AZ.
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Old 08 Jan 2013, 09:49 am
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Never mind to anyone that may reply, L wheel extremely hot after driving.
Problem was caliper, cleaned and lubricated, working well now.
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