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Clio RT 99 Brake problems

Hi all, I was driving to work this morning when the abs light came on at a set of traffic lights drove the distance to work okay but on they way home when braking I get a judder from the brake pedal if braking at speed and noise from the wheels sounds like the disks rubbing or banging against the pads has anyone got any ideas what this might be Im thinking it could be the pads/disc or the bearings?

going to get the front wheels off tomorrow and see what the problem could be

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Re: Clio RT 99 Brake problems

Could be a dodgy ABS sensor ir its reluctor ring.
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Re: Clio RT 99 Brake problems

Thanks for that turns out both reluctor rings with missing teeth I understand it is easier to buy new drive shafts than replace rings as they have to be heated to get them on the shaft can anyone point out where I could get a pair of replacement shafts with the rings already fitted? Mines a 8v clio 2 1999 1.4

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Re: Clio RT 99 Brake problems

If you have got to go to that much trouble to fit the complete drive shaft, then just fit the abs rings.
It is a straight forward job,,,
Clean your area where the original ones fitted, and slightly tap the new ones in to place, tapping the rings at 180% intervals, or hit/tap the left side, then the right side , (tolerance fit)
If you want, you can put the rings in the oven, the heat will expand them, and they will push on, by hand..

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Re: Clio RT 99 Brake problems

Hi


the reluctor rings isn't to bad a jobbie.
But before you start, count how many teeth there are (should be) on your current rings and then make sure replacement ones you buy have the same number.


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