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I'm too sexy for my car
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Is there anyway to find out whether or not my front caliper is messed up without having to take the wheels out? I noticed today that when I put the car in drive and didnt press on the gas, I heard this nasty as screaching noise that was coming from the front passenger side wheel area. It sounded as if the caliper or something was stuck, but I dont know what it was. I might just have to take it to a mechanic and have them take a look at it but if theres any signs of a frozen caliper please let me know, and I also get this nasty clunk sound when I put the car in reverse and then press the brakes, can that be my rear tranny mounts or the brakes because you only hear it when I press on the breaks?
 

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I'm too sexy for my car
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I'll get all that checked out, but I installed my brembo cross drilled slotted rotors with PBR brakes pad around January and I had the Calipers put in around June of 2001. I doubt that the brakes are worn because I hardly drive the car so i'm guessing that maybe the caliper might be frozen but we'll see.
 
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