Clicking Car Sound When Braking

PROBLEM : Clicking
WHEN : Braking
LOCATION : Tire/Wheel Area
Priority Action Part Type Cause
1 Check Brake Pad/Shoe-Front Loose, Broken, Worn or Damaged Brake hardware.
2 Check Brake hardware-Disc Loose, Broken, Worn or Damaged Brake hardware.
3 Check Brake Pad/Shoe-Rear Loose, Broken, Worn or Damaged Brake hardware.
4 Check Brake hardware-Drum Loose, Broken, Worn or Damaged Brake hardware.
5 Check Brake Rotor Warped or Uneven Brake Rotor Surface.
6 Check Brake Drum Unevenly Worn or Out of Round Brake Drum(s).
7 Check Brake Backing Plate Loose, Broken, Worn, or Damaged Drum Brake Backing Plate.
8 Check Brake Rotor SPECS Brake Rotor Has Worn Past Machining Specifications and Must be Replaced.
9 Check Brake Drum SPECS Brake Drum Out of Adjustment, Out of Round, or Cracked.
10 Check Brake Power Booster Faulty Brake Power Booster.

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