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Old 25 Jan 2008, 02:01 am
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Everytime I put it into drive and I brake the first time I hear this clicking noise sounds from brakes. Then If i brake again no sound. If I put it then in reverse and brake the click sound comes back (only once) then I put it to drive and brake again a click (only once). What can this be?
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Old 25 Jan 2008, 02:16 am
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Its sounds like the safty switch there is a switch that you have to apply the brake before shifting into drive or reverse,or else you cannot shift your transmission.Its basically a safty feature of some sort not sure the proper name of it , but it is normal.
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Old 25 Jan 2008, 02:31 am
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It could be a loose brake pad or missing piece of brake hardware causing the pad to sit loose in the caliper. Have your brakes inspected by a shop.
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Old 25 Jan 2008, 02:46 am
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sounds like the brake pad is shifting in the caliper, not dangerous but have it looked at. may also be some other loose caliper hardware
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Old 25 Jan 2008, 03:13 pm
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Everytime I put it into drive and I brake the first time I hear this clicking noise sounds from brakes. Then If i brake again no sound. If I put it then in reverse and brake the click sound comes back (only once) then I put it to drive and brake again a click (only once). What can this be?

I am on my 3rd Honda now. A 2007 Accord SE, 4cyl. It does the exact same thing. My 2002 civic EX did it for the entire 95,000 miles I owned it and my 2000 Civic EX did it for the entire 89,000 miles I owned it. All Hondas were bought new and always made that clicking sound EXACTLY as you describe. I think it is just the pads shifting in the caliper when you change direction.

You can take it in if you want to if you feel safer by doing it, but I promise you that is normal and nothing to worry about. I got nearly 80,000 miles out of the original set of front brakes in both of my civics. (highway miles)
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