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I have noticed this new noise, and it's got me concerned
2002 WRX sedan, all stock except PBR brake pads
Seems to be coming from LF wheel area
at slow speeds when braking lightly, I hear a loud "click." After monitoring it, it seems to happen after I reverse, then pull forward, then brake. (Like if you are in a parking lot, back out of your spot, drive to a stop sign).
I am going to take it to an independent shop because the dealer's favorite answer so far on other issues has been "some amount of ___________ is normal"
sorry to bring this thread back but i have the same problem with my subaru. I saw a few other threads kind of like this but they pointed to the brakes which is definately not the noise. I though possibly the sway bar end link? thanks.
i have a similiar problem, mine is a whistling comming from what seems to be the front left fender, i just replaced my brake pads(which were in really bad shape) and the noise has not gone away. i noticed it only occurs when i am going 38-40+ mph. anyone have any ideas, 2002 wrx by the way.
I just put new ultimate pads and steel lines on my car and it makes the same noise but only the first few seconds i drive slow before i speed up. Then when i slow down again it does not make the noise. I just put on slotted rotors in the front about 2 weeks ago so i think it is just the new pad wearing in and getting used to the slotted rotors. hopefully it will stop soon.