Do the stock front brakes have a depth sensor on them that gives off noise and if so, what does it sound like? Thanx for any help.
BaknBlk said:Its not so much a depth sensor as its metal tabs that are on the pads themselves...they are very thin metal and kind of springy in nature...when the pads get worn down far enough, these metal tabs will rub on the rotors making a metal on metal squealing noise. Its a warning system that your pads need to be replaced and if not, the next thing you will hear is the metal rivets holding the pads on scraping against the rotor itself. Hope this helps.
That's a good idea. That could eliminate engine related issues, and put onto suspension/brakes as the likely source of the noise.rblack4405 said:Have someone rev the car to the correct rpm's while you have the hood open and listen for the noise.