right rear brakes on 1990 Honda Accord

Hear a clicking / ticking sound from the right rear wheel, when applying brakes. Just had front brakes done, and tires rotated ..something out of adjustment?

by in Santa Clara, CA on April 22, 2011
2 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by on April 23, 2011
It's possible an anti-rattle clip is out of place, or there could be something wrong with the install of the brakes. Since this is brake related and very safety related, it may be best to have the brakes looked at as soon as possible.
COMMENT by on April 27, 2011
ANSWER by on April 29, 2011
When they rotated the tires, they may have put a few clicks on the star-adjuster-wheel for you. Now the rear brake is a little tight. If you drive some miles(20 or more) the sound should disappear.
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