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Old 10-31-2007
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Icon4 Brake Issues

Well, I finally got my truck fixed, and It came out great. I only have one issue. This issue started before the accident, so the mechanics had nothing to do with it. When I hit my brakes, it makes a clicking sound on my left front break. And it sounds like something is tightening up, but it doesn't do it if you slam on the brakes. I went to Pep Boys, and they said it was a CV Joint, but my dad says it is a bushing. Please help me out.

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Old 10-31-2007
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could be anything.. cv shaft if it clicks while turning... or a bearing.... alot of the times something could be up with your caliper or pads...

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