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Car clicking and making noise while driving
1994 Lincoln Continental

Car clicking and making noise while driving

(1994 Lincoln Continental)
Right wheel grinds while driving
Tags: lincoln, continental
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on September 08, 2018
Hello, if you have a continual rhythmic grinding, it could be that the brake pad material is worn out, brake wear indicators can be touching the rotors, brake pad shims may be loose and touching. You could also have a wheel bearing issue.

With noise concerns, it's essential to have hands / ears on testing by a skilled, experienced and trained technician who can probably point out the cause of the noise fairly quickly by experience alone, then confirm via a physical inspection.
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on September 08, 2018
Hello, if you have a continual rhythmic grinding, it could be that the brake pad material is worn out, brake wear indicators can be touching the rotors, brake pad shims may be loose and touching. You could also have a wheel bearing issue.

With noise concerns, it's essential to have hands / ears on testing by a skilled, experienced and trained technician who can probably point out the cause of the noise fairly quickly by experience alone, then confirm via a physical inspection.
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