Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 18:34:21 -0800
From: "wgmoore" <wmoorenopsamcrest.net>
Subject: Re: noise when turning


Have you cked you wheel weights and see if they show some marks. Also take a the outside wheel off and see if the caliper has any wear marks on it, a badly curbed rim can distort enough to scuff the caliper. Paul G <pdgpjhnopsamcomspamthis> wrote in message news:20000229223222.01124.00001729nopsame1.aol.com... > I'm taking a stab in the dark here, since I haven't driven your car, but your > brakes could be scraping ever so slightly due to excess runout on your rotor. > The most likely cause would be rust on the hub that was not cleaned off when > the rotor was remounted. This causes the metallic scraping sound you hear. It > is noticable when your turn because just the right amount of lateral force is > generated during the turns you describe. Anything slower or faster changes > this=no scraping. Use a dial indicator to test. The runout should show up > without the wheels loaded up. > > Paul > (Remove "spamthis" to reply)

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