IMPUL-TUNED

2011 Nissan Murano

Tiny

eeyore

July, 18, 2012 AT 4:02 AM

One of the car in the service center having brake sequal noise everytime during initial run and noise dissapeared after 30 minutes.

I understand a sport's tuned specification brake pads should be operating normally under at high temperature, but will behave abnormaly under low temperature (brake noise, could be vibrating?).

I want to ask did anyone of you tried to put pencil lead on the brake pad to reduce the noise before? Drill a small holes on the brake pad, and insert the pensil lead (carbon) into the holes. Did it really works?

Thanks in advance

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Tiny

eeyore

July, 18, 2012 AT 5:46 AM

Erm, sorry for the extra confirmation. I don't think the brake pad is a sport's specification (> semi-metallic). It's just ordinary & easily peel-off ceramic, saw-dust & carbon brake pad.

Feel free to correct me though. Thanks.

Tiny

hmac300

July, 18, 2012 AT 2:15 PM

If it squeals on new pads it needs to be rechecked. Semi metallic will norally squeal ceramic wont. Have rotors been turned have pads been installed with no grease on them?

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