This is a discussion on Chirping Noise within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Hey everyone this is my first post. Just got a 02' WS6 Trans-Am a few months ago. Over the past ...
02-06-2007, 03:26 AM #1
Hey everyone this is my first post. Just got a 02' WS6 Trans-Am a few months ago. Over the past few weeks I have heard a chirping noise comming from my right rear tire. A mechanic told me that It was a wheel bearing and so I had him changed it(said it was in real bad shape). So while he did that he checked the axle and the dif. Said everything looked fine and the noise was still there. So I'm thinking that It might be my brakes/ rotors so I spray some anit-squeak on them and it helps a little bit so I think that is the problem. Any suggestions on rotors/pads for the rear end. I have ceramics on them now and I don't really want to upgrade to C5's just yet.
02-06-2007, 05:33 AM #2
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did he check the shocks at all? what part of KY are you in? I'm in Northern KY, near cincinnati. welcome to the board!
02-06-2007, 05:50 AM #3
I have not checked the shocks. The car has 68k on it. With the recient snow I put some weight in the back of my car for traction(used to do it with my old cougar), and did not hear anything then. Does not seem to make a diffrence with the condition of the road or going up or down a hill. The noise happens when im just going down the road, and when I press on the brakes it goes away. Sounds like a slight rubbing. And I live in Danville (south of Lex). Just moved down here from Indiana.
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