2005 Nissan Micra Brieke

Tiny
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  • 2005 NISSAN MICRA
Brakes problem
2005 Nissan Micra Four Wheel Drive Manual 96000 miles

Ek wil weet ek het my kar ingeneem vir 'n diens, 90000km, my voertuig se agterbrieke moes ook gedoen word. Dit was gedoen, daarna het ek elke keer as ek briek so 'n vieslike "drom" geluid ondervind as ek briek. Ek het die voertuig teruggevat, hulle se toe vir my dat die platte agter gebuig het, ek het die voertuig weer terug gevat, om die gebuigde platte reg te maak, die voertuig het nog steeds die "drom" as ek briek, help my seblief want die probleem word nie uitgesort nie, en die mense kan nie vir my 'n antw gee nie.
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Monday, June 14th, 2010 AT 1:55 AM

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Tiny
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Hi there,

What language is this in? I will need to try and get it translated.

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Monday, June 14th, 2010 AT 3:09 AM
Tiny
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Sorry about that, Afrikaans is the Language, but here it goes in English,

I took my car in for her service 90 000 km, service, so nissan confirmed that my rear brakes had to be replaced, done, reshoed, how ever you call this. Eversince this was done, if I braked, it make one hell of a sound, like you are hitting into a empty drum, and that screezing sound, took her in again, they said that is was dust, and that the plates at the back had bend, they fixed it, but it's still making that sound and the screezing sound, when you brake. HELP please, I need a straight answer. What is causing this.
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Monday, June 14th, 2010 AT 3:20 AM
Tiny
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OK, that is an interesting language indeed.

Firstly I do not have this version of your car on our data base, I am seeing if it is called something else here, but as this is related to work done on the rear brakes, the problem will be with what they have done, you will need to jack up the car and spin each wheel, listen for any nose, the backing plate may be distorted and touching the drum, (now as you said re shoe) I an hoping that it is a drum type brake and not a disc type, (the front will be a disc type brake) if drum, they may have assembled the brakes incorrectly, I would test drive the car with one of there mechanic to demonstrate the noise, this way they can't say we did not hear it.

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Monday, June 14th, 2010 AT 3:52 AM

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