Each time I engage the brakes, there is a clicking sound coming from the front of the car. Mechanic checked brakes and said they are fine--he thought it might be an issue w/ suspension struts and/or bushings, but having read up on these items, I would think I'd hear something when driving over bumps or rough road, and there's nothing! Mechanic said that this isn't a problem unless there's a change in handling or the sound--is that accurate?
Clicking sound when braking on 2000 Honda Civic
by 2hondafamily in Roseville, CA on June 16, 2010
ANSWER by Visitor on January 24, 2011
In the front brakes there is a clip known as the anti rattle clip. when clip is gone you will hear a specific noise, sometimes thuds coming from brakes.
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