Question about Mercedes-Benz Cars & Trucks
Every time I break a squeaky noise always happens. my pads and dics are fine condition
Depends on what type of pads are in if they are a hard pad they will squeak some times it depends on the weather if its damp a softer set of pads will stop from squeaking you could also try cleaning the rust away from the outer edge take wheel off then by hand turn disk use a spoon or a blunt pice of metal to scrape off the rust normally solves the problem also can try putting copper grease on the back of the pad so when you take your foot of the break pedal the grease sort of sucks the pad off the disk hope this makes sence chears ivan
Posted on Dec 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A FOREIGN OBJECT TRAPPED BETWEEN BRAKE DISC.........YOU COULD TRY PUTTING A LITTLE COPPER GREASE ON THE BACK OF THE PADS TO HELP WITH THE SQUEAKS...
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
Its possible the brake pads have worn down again, if they are and , obviously , you need to change them. Pay attention to the brake caliper pistons, check that they are not sticking or seized and also the caliper slider. Free off these parts. Hope that helps
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
Hi my name is Tom and I can help you.
Driving with your emergency brake on is only going to affect your rear brakes. There is a cable running from the emergency brake lever to your rear brakes.
You did not say how long you drove with the emergency brake on, but even a short distance and you forced the front brakes to do the work of stopping the car. This causes overuse which translates to heat. When the brakes over heat they "fade" and do not stop the car effectively.
In addition the heavy load of doing all the stopping causes the brakes not to realign. Therefore, when you go around corners the brakes pads will rub against the rotors.
I would suggest you get the brakes looked at or look at them yourself. I can help you do the job but I would need to talk to you directly. Let me know what I can do to help.
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
I personally never have had one braking issue, in 47 years
of doing brake work,on any vehicles
That said & not to write book here
The brake work & choice of friction material
(brake pads) was not done correctly
Very few shops remove rust from anything
Rotor mounting surfaces,wheel hub surfaces,
calipers,caliper sliding surfaces,pad siding surfaces
Then they use no lube, so pads can move & release
They don't use MFG Specific & quality pads
A proper professional job would go for at least
$300.00 for front or back,just 2 wheels
Rotor machining is critical
I think your OEM Rotors that were machined, most likely
were okey new & not a good grade of Chinese Steel to
Posted on Aug 03, 2011
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