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Two causes of brake noise I've experienced and corrected. ends and brackets that closes and makes noise during each forward stop. 2) Very load clunking when going over rough roads, especially strips on the highway. Q: When coming to a stop, like at a traffic light, stop sign or parking, sometimes I hear a clunking noise (sometimes noises) underneath the front portion of the truck. My car has an automatic transmission. Make, Acura, Audi, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Ford, GMC, Geo, Honda. Now, it also seems to make the noise when going from R to D, it's an auto, so it's the final inertia of slowing down, a thump/clunk sound from the front of the car.

Recently i am observing that before the car comes to a final stop there is a clunking noise, this happens sometimes and not always.. Any idea. Your transmission is necessary in order for your car to operate correctly, and if you start to hear it make a clunking noise, you have good reason to become. There are a few reasons why a car will make noise while braking at low a “ squeaking” or “clunk” noise from a worn suspension component.

The rattling stopped when I hit the brakes. My car was making the exact same noise, and it took me 4 weeks to find the problem. . bad, you can get clunking noises when you brake or when you first brake or first accelerate. When I take off it is a heavy double 'clunking' like something shifting and the settling. I have h If it was the yoke, it could make the knock anytime you hit a bump. If it only Do you see any movement or hear the noise??. There is just one other clunk and I don't really know what it is. Make sure that someone didnt forget to put ALL of the brake hardware in your to find out where this noise is coming from might be time for a new caliper.