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Old 10-05-2005, 09:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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left front brake clicking when coming to stop?

I have a 05 300c that I think has some sort of brake problem but the dealer says everthing is fine. At fisrt it was the creaking sound when I come to a stop, and now it making more of a clicking sound too. Its like the caliper is a little loose, and when I hit the brakes it makes a fairly loud clicki type nosie. Any one else have this, or can help me out on what to tell the dealer the car is doing?
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Is it a "click click click" throughout the slow down or is it a single "clunk" near the ned of the slow down? Either way I don't know because the car is too new for what I'm thinking, but I figure this could help someone else figure it out.
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Is it a "click click click" throughout the slow down or is it a single "clunk" near the ned of the slow down? Either way I don't know...
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mine too

Mine is not a clicking sound- its more like a grunt but only nearly at a stop Happens only on the left front... 2006 300c.

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its more like a click click click when slowing down especeilly when turning and braking.
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its more like a click click click when slowing down especeilly when turning and braking.
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I was searching the problems section and found this. Does anybody know what could cause this? Today when driving home I make many turns underground and while adjusting my car within the parking lines I noticed clicking when I had both windows down. Clicks only when moving without brakes applied and releasing the brake at very slow speeds.

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I have the clicking in the back right, my mech. says it is the dust sheild, the rotors start to rust and flare out at the edges and hit the sheild, I scraped off the rust and it went away, its back again

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I have same problem clicking at front end when turning with braking and without. Going to dealers friday to see what they think???
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I think its the dust sheild hitting rusting rotors, let us know,

my luck is something bad
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