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Old 05-12-2011, 08:42 AM   #1
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clicking sound from rear when braking

Maybe this is normal or maybe not. When I first crank up the taco and go to the end of my street and brake there is this clicking sound in the rear. Will do it once or twice and then its gone. Never had a vechile with drum brakes. Doesnt do it when I turn or nothing like that just when I brake. Are the rear drums just cold and it takes a minute for them to warm up?
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Rear brakes clicking

Did you read my post....I am looking for feedback as well.
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Old 05-09-2012, 11:05 AM   #3
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I do believe this is normal , lets u know brakes are working
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Probably the shoes shifting and wedging in. I'd say normal. I think mine do it too but it's hard to hear it over the fronts clicking so loudly.
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Nah...this is significant click....normal pressure....almost thought a spring had broken or come loose. not so though
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