Have you tried a couple of crash stops from high speed? I've found that this usually makes any squeaking go away promptly. (Not that it happens often on my car )
high speed ? how fast for example ?Nick325xiT said:Have you tried a couple of crash stops from high speed?
30-45mph to ZERO threshold braking works well for me.Alex Baumann said:
high speed ? how fast for example ?
Yeah baby, I was waiting for a post like this to convince me.Dave 330i said:
How about 200km/h on the autobahn?:thumb:
If you've got some left over Zaino try placing it in a non-stick teflon pan and boiling it on an open stove. Then let it cool over night in the fridge next to the eggs and butter.Alex Baumann said:I'm browsing other boards. I've found out that as Hack said, applying some kinda paste reduces/gets rid of the squeak. On the other hand, most people (among them were techs too) were saying that improper installed brake pads are to be one of the cause of squeaking.
LOL! Spending too much time in the kitchen lately ?IndyMike said:
If you've got some left over Zaino try placing it in a non-stick teflon pan and boiling it on an open stove. Then let it cool over night in the fridge next to the eggs and butter.
Next day apply it liberally to all brake parts. Remove any excess and hand buff it to a light glaze. Apply finishing spray and walla, the squeak should be gone.
Alles klar, Herr Kommissar?
If that doesn't work buy some "Get, Squeak!"
Hope this helps!
Nothing really, other than it's a special containerized section in most refrigerators.Alex Baumann said:
But a question : What's speical about letting it next to the eggs and butter ?