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Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 18:21:35 +0100
From: "Richard Chew" <richnospamnopsameldo.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Re: 1999 9-5 front brake noise


Possibly stating the obvious, but has your mechanic greased the pads/slides when he put them together? If he has, then it is possible that someone in the past has filed the slides, to clean them, that is, and they are now too wide so the pads have movement in the slides? Hope this helps, Rich Pete Cassebeer <pcassenopsamcom> wrote in message news:b9qth6$ede$1nopsamnews.rcn.net... > My mechanic has attempted replacement of my 1999 9-5 front disc rotors and > pads a couple of times now in an attempt to eliminate squeel and low speed > vibration of the calipers. > > He's tried 3 different sets of pad/rotor combinations and we are currently > using Saab parts. These are all new parts, not refurbished or turned rotors. > > I currently have a low pitched whine as I brake and then a scratchy > vibration-sound from the front brakes as the car comes to a complete stop > which seems like the calipers are vibrating. > > Is there some kind of anti-vibration pad behind the pads that may be missing > in this installation? > > Thanks > Pete > >

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