ford taurus braking question ??

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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 20:32
maybe the caliper is loose or if you have rear drum brakes maybe some of the hardware came loose !
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Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 20:47
the retaining bolts for the caliper or the caliper bracket bolts may be loose , or your rotors may be warped. I would remove the wheel and grab a hold of the caliper and see if there is and movement, if not you may just have a warped rotor. if it is drum brakes your hardware or self adjusting kit may be broken or has dropped out of place.If all of the hardware is in place the drum is most likely warped
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Answer #3 | 22/12 2013 21:10
may be somt/ brok/,or lse/, in the brakes sistem,or parts close to the wlls/.so go to an auto r/ shop to fix.
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Answer #4 | 14/02 2014 12:13
its a lose brake caliper fix it asap if it comes lose it will rip everything out main brake line and the ebake cable will be ripped out i just fixed this in my 97 ford taurus and all that was holding the caliper on was only 1 of the 1 bolts barely trust me fix it asap
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