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Old 05-30-2012, 05:44 AM   #1
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help to id front end clicking noise

just did new rotors, calipers, wheel bearings, seals.. truck does not have manual hubs..

now i have a clicking coise coming from the front end.. in 2wd..

it completly goes away when i apply the brakes or turn the wheel in either direction.. but it will pick up speed as i go faster and slow as i slow down..

checked and rechecked everything but cant really see anything that would cause it.. only thing i can thing of is the pads on the pins.. but its load and dont think the pads have enough space to be creating such a noise..

pretty sure i can forget the cv since it goes away when im on the brakes..

im sure its something obvious but ive been starring at it way too long and i must be missing something
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Old 05-30-2012, 05:54 AM   #2
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There was another thread on this that stated the pins have too much room in the pads and can wiggle back and forth... maybe?
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Old 05-30-2012, 06:12 AM   #3
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i noticed this that the pads are slightly loose on the pins.. i have not seen that thread.. in this section??
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just did a search found a bunch of threads on the click when reversing the first time,..

i should mention i have an 89 pickup.. i forgot to mention in the op..

but my prblem is a continuous click thats always clicking except when im stopped, braking, or turning
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I'd suggest lifting the front off the ground and spinning each wheel by hand to see if you can isolate the root cause of the noise
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tried that already.. i cant seem to spin fast enough to re create the noise.. or maybe it has something to do with the front end being "un loaded" by being lifted.. idk i am stumped
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ID SAY WHEEL BEARING OR CV.......
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brand new bearings in.. no play in the wheel so im assuming its not the bearings..

if it was the cv it would make the noise all the time.. whether im turning or breaking.. correct?
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Old 05-30-2012, 06:49 AM   #9
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brand new bearings in.. no play in the wheel so im assuming its not the bearings..

if it was the cv it would make the noise all the time.. whether im turning or breaking.. correct?
YES CV USALLY CLICKS WHEN AT FULL LOCK...
sure sounds like whell bearing issue....
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ya thats what i figured about the cv..

new bearings races and seals all installed torqued and pre loaded with toyota numbers and hand packed with grease.. might just bring it in.. ive had the wheel off this truck in the last week more than panties at the prom hahah
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ya thats what i figured about the cv..

new bearings races and seals all installed torqued and pre loaded with toyota numbers and hand packed with grease.. might just bring it in.. ive had the wheel off this truck in the last week more than panties at the prom hahah
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