Don't which model you have, but this is pretty common. There are anti-squeal
shims available for TR4s-6s, which help some. There are also goos that you
put on the back of the pads that are supposed to help. Mine squeal sometimes
as well, but for me, that is a plus since my horns recently stopped working.
74 TR6 CF22767U (hoping to be "horny" again later today)
Highland Park, IL
On Sun, Jul 26, 2009 at 7:49 AM, Andrew Uprichard <email@example.com>wrote:
> The car is going beautifully - were it not for a very annoying brake
> Only on gentle pressure, not on hard braking, and the car is not pulling at
> all. It is definitely the driver's front.
> My understanding was that this is caused by a vibration within the caliper.
> Any suggestions for how to deal with it? Thanks !
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