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Old 07-01-2019, 08:31 PM
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Brake clicks ONCE when reversing

I replaced all 4 brake pads on my 2015 M235xi and everything went well. Nothing felt changed.

Then, I replaced the front rotors. Everything is still fine.

Then, I replaced one Hub Assembly Bearing because I was troubleshooting a very soft metallic ring coming from the wheels.

Now, there is one single click from that brake when I reverse the car out and steps on the brakes. When I go fwd, there is another single click. No other sounds after the single click in one direction.

What do you think? Is this normal?

I just pulled out the pads and checked everything and reinstalled the 2 pins + anti-rattle springy clip and went for another test --- it did the same thing.
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Old 07-03-2019, 07:32 AM
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The clock is likely caused by the pads shifting slightly in the caliper. Are the pads factory or aftermarket? I replaced the factory pads in my 2018 M240i with Performance Friction 08s and they shift very slightly when I brake. Hence the click.
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The clock is likely caused by the pads shifting slightly in the caliper. Are the pads factory or aftermarket? I replaced the factory pads in my 2018 M240i with Performance Friction 08s and they shift very slightly when I brake. Hence the click.
I replaced rotors and pads with StopTech products.
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Old 08-31-2019, 08:28 AM
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I believe you are right on target! Double check the pad movement.
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