IF there was not a bi-directional surface put on the rotors, it will be much like an LP. Vinyl record. The pads can act like the needle and follow the grooves until the pad clicks back in place.
Although the pads should not be touching the rotors while driving, it doesn't mean they are not.
Try running the truck up on a lift and use a stethescope to locate the noise asuming it will do it up in the air.
Were all these parts replaced to try to eliminate the noise? OR has it started afterwards?
Any changes if you are in a hard turn regarding the clicking?
Wednesday, August 12th, 2009 AT 5:36 AM