Brake Popping Noise problem is a common vehicle problem that happens to most car brands and models. The following is a sample list of Brake Popping Noise problems reported in most popular vehicles.
The vehicle is a 2003 Chevrolet Tahoe. When I applied my brakes as I backed out of a parking spot in my 2003 Tahoe I heard a popping noise and when I applied my brakes a second time my break pedal went down to floor. I was able to crawl home as I wasn't far. Took a look under car and all my brake lines are rusted and one for sure is leaking. My Tahoe is as I type at a shop waiting on pricing for parts that can only be purchased thru Chevrolet. I'm praying that it is not to expensive but the ballpark figure I was given is about $1000 to replace all four lines. Debating of just having the one replaced and hopefully gm will come to their senses and recall these problematic brake lines. Thank goodness I wasn't going any faster as my daughter was in Tahoe with me. This brake popping noise issue occurred 01/27/2014.
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The vehicle having this issue was a 2004 Chevrolet Impala. Car makes a popping noise from steering. The car started shifting hard occasionally but then goes away. The steering will get tight then really loose. Car feels unsafe to drive. Especially over a bumpy road feels like you have loose wheels. The car only has 78,800 miles on it. This is insane and I will never again buy a Chevrolet! I have kids and feel unsafe driving my car with them in it! I wrecked this vehicle when I tried to apply brakes and the wheels squealed but did not lock up nor did it stop! brakes are fine and in good condition not sure why it wont stop. Has happened 5-8 times and car slides! thank god we didn't get severely injured! Impala's should be taken off the market if u ask me. The failure date was Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2013.
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The vehicle involved was a 2004 Chrysler Pacifica. Loud popping noise coming from the front of the vehicle. Told by the dealership it is the motor mounts. After researching the internet this seems to be a problem reported by many. Extended warranties will not pay for this issue. Please let the public know what is going here!!. It was 04/06/13 when this brake popping noise issue happened.
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I have a 2003 Dodge Stratusni just brought the car not even a year ago and I am having a popping noise when I turn my wheel. The noise has been going on for the last couple of months I have taken my car to the dealer that I got the car from and they can not seem to fix the problem. Also my brakes are making a noise as well. This type of problem should not be happening and I have not had the car for a year yet. I have talked with daimer and they just took a complaint but I need some action no seems to care. This issue happened on Aug. 9, 2003.
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Crash was involved with this problem. Consumer owns a 2009 Dodge Ram 1500. While driving approximately 50 mph in rainy weather conditions the road surface was bumpy and muddy. There was also a loud popping noise outside of the vehicle. The vehicle began to fishtail and suddenly, the traction control system activated. The driver applied pressure to the brake pedal, followed by no power response. The vehicle crashed into a ditch. The driver sustained a broken nose. The police and ambulance were called to the scene. The vehicle was completely destroyed and towed to a local collision center. The failure mileage was 24,800. Updated 03/01/10. Updated 0513/10. 8jb. This brake popping noise issue occurred Saturday, January 9, 2010.
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The car is a 2010 Ford Fusion. The parking brake freezes in freezing weather. You can still lower (release) the parking brake handle, the warning light in the dash would go off, but the rear right brake stays engaged. This leaves the driver to believe that the brake has been released when in fact it hasn't. This happened to me this past winter. The car felt sluggish as if it was dragging something. About 10 minutes into driving we smelled a burnt smell and heard a metal popping noise from the rear right wheel. We stopped at a gas station to find out what was happening. The right rear brake was burning hot, the burnt smell was very strong, and it continued to make the metal popping noise as it was expanding due to the excessive heat. We had the car towed to the dealer and was told that this problem has to do with the design of the parking brake cable. We were also told to not use the parking brake in winter or it likely would happen again. This is a safety issue that Ford needs to address on because it can lead to the car catches fire. The failure date was Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013.
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Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 1FTPX14565_. The vehicle involved is a 2005 Ford F-150. The contact stated that the driver started the vehicle and heard a popping noise. There was smoke seen rising from under the hood. The contact appeared on the scene to examine the vehicle and noticed that the power assist feature on the brakes was no longer functioning. The vehicle was then towed to an authorized dealer where the contact was informed that various hoses for the braking system failed. The manufacturer was notified and stated that the vehicle was previously repaired under the recall associated with NHTSA campaign id number 08v208000 (service brakes, hydraulic:power assist:vacuum:hoses, lines/piping, and fittings). The manufacturer would not honor the recall a second time. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 95,173. This issue happened on July 20, 2012.
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The vehicle involved is a 1999 GMC Sierra. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 2GTEC19TXX_. Ongoing problem with applying brakes on rough or bumpy surface which causesed extended stopping distance. Also, a popping noise could be heard while applying brakes. Dealer notified, and informed consumer that it was a normal condition. Provide further details. It was Apr. 28, 1999 when this brake popping noise issue occurred.
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The vehicle involved was a 2006 GMC Sierra 1500. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 2GTEK13T56_. Seats popping noise when weight shifts (start,stop,etc. )first attempt was to replace the seat back. Second was to replace the entire seat minus the cover. Third time in the service manager wanted to contact the area gm manager for direction. The gm area manager told the service manager to make no repair and direct me to call gm. This truck also has been in for service to the brake rotors to be re surfaced with only 4,600 miles on the truck. The transmission has re calibrated two times one for the lock-up torque converter,and once for a hard shift from first to second gear. The truck has a harder shift now than before. The failure date was Wednesday, February 1, 2006.
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The car is a 2012 Honda Civic. The VIN of the problem Civic is 19XFB2F83C_. I search on the internet that a lot of 2012 Civic owners experiencing the same annoying problems like clunking noise on the suspension or under the car, loud noise when shifting to reverse like axle shaft is disengaging, loud noise when putting pressure on the brake, clunking or popping noise when turning left or right, rolling noise on the seat belts, clunking loud noise when accelerating and releasing gas pedal, rattling noise in the morning while warming up the engine and also when accelerating. Atf leaking on the transmission because one of the bolts is not tightened. . . Etc. I think this 2012 Honda Civic models should be recall by american Honda motors. You can check the internet how many people are complaining and dealer said it was normal!!!?????? it is very annoying. I am only concern about my safety and the safety of my family. I hope the us goverment should do something about it. Thank you. This issue happened on Oct. 23, 2013.
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The vehicle was a 2002 Honda Odyssey. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 2HKRL18902_. There is popping noise when backing up and stopping. When I exit the highway and brake to slow down there is a sudden jerk as if I stepped on the brake hard. Occasionally, when braking, the indicator lights on the dash will flash on and then back off. This problem occurred on Friday, June 22, 2007.
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The vehicle involved was a 2000 Lexus Rx300. The VIN of this vehicle is JT6HF10U1Y_. When braking there was a popping noise, and vehicle took longer to slow down. Consumer had to apply more pressure. This progressed to clicking and squealing associated with smell of fire, like rotors were grinding. Took to dealer, and they lubed the brakes, and pivoted points. This stopped the noise, but did not fix the problem. Consumer has continued to have the problem every 3000 miles. Please provide any further information. This brake popping noise issue occurred 09/05/01.
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The car involved is a 1997 Mazda Millenia. There was crash involved with this problem. While driving 35 mph in severe cold weather brake pedal commenced to make a popping noise while braking. Vehicle lost braking and rear ended another vehicle in front. Upon impact, neither frontal air bag deployed. Dealer and manufacturer were notified. The consumer stated the vehicle was totaled. Updated 12/12/07. It was Tue., Jan. 18, 2005 when this brake popping noise issue happened.
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The car was a 1998 Mercury Mystique. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 3MELM6535W_. When backing out and making a turn, vehicle is making a popping noise. Vehicle has been in repair shop three times. Dealer has not been able to determine the problem. Also, when the brakes are applied a grinding noise is heard. Consumer thinks the bracket is loose. The failure date was 03/04/99.
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The car involved is a 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis. The VIN of this vehicle is 2MEFM75W4Y_. : the contact stated when the cruise control was deactivated manually or deactivated by applying brake pressure, there was a loud popping noise. The dealership determined this was by pressure in the cruise control line. The contact expressed this problem was related to brake repair work performed by the dealership. It was Tue., Aug. 8, 2006 when this brake popping noise issue occurred.
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The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 4A3AK64F77_. Tl- consumer has a 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse. The contact stated the driver was traveling 40 mph when a popping noise emitted when the brakes were depressed and the vehicle failed to stop properly. The vehicle was not taken to the dealer. The manufacturer was contacted. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 70,000 and the current mileage was 70,010. Rds. This issue happened on 09/04/2012.
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The car involved was a 2004 Nissan Armada. As many, many other have stated on the Nissan forums, this vehicle has some dangerous braking issues. We have had our Armada for about 4 years and have experienced this issue at least nine times. Thankfully for us, it has not happened while we were on the freeway at high speeds or in a situation where we had to stop instantly. Here is an explanation of our issues: while applying the brake pedal we immediately heard a grinding and popping noise, as well as noises indicating that the abs was activating off and on. The pedal was very soft and kicks back multiple times. The braking effectiveness was severely diminished. We have to pull over, turn the vehicle off and on again before we can continue driving. I find this to be a sever issue which is going to get someone killed, if it has not already. More than a few class action law suites have been filed for this issue in the titan truck, Armada and Infiniti qx56 as they all share the same platform and parts. It was Jul. 22, 2013 when this brake popping noise issue occurred.
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The vehicle is a 2010 Nissan Armada. The contact was driving 5 mph and making a turn while exiting a residential drive way. The vehicle then exhibited a popping noise from the steering wheel. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the dealer confirmed that both front brake lines needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was contacted. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and the current mileages were 26,000. The failure date was Tuesday, February 21, 2012.
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The vehicle having this issue was a 2008 Subaru wrx. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is JF1GE74668_. I have been noticing a creaking and popping noise from my clutch/brake pedal assay for some time now and have found it to be the brace that holds the clutch and brake pedal to the firewall of vehicle is spot welded in 2 places at top of bracket and the spot welds have cracked and broken and the brace now moves around and the clutch and brake pedal bind and stick. I have since noticed it getting worse and noticed the 4 spot welds on the bottom of the brace have cracked and broken also. As a auto technician I see problems with vehicle all the time and this is a huge safety concern if the brace as to break off completely the vehicle would loose braking capabilities and the ability for the clutch to disengage the engine from the transmission in an emergency I have noticed on multiple forums that there are a lot of owners with the same problem. I feel as Subaru should perform a recall/repair for this issue as to not have vehicles being unsafe to drive. If needed I can supply pictures of my vehicle and the point of failure. This brake popping noise issue occurred 01/01/13.
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The vehicle involved is a 2005 Suzuki xl-7. There was crash involved with this problem. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is JS3TY92V15_. Brakes locking up when coming to a stop &. Making popping noises when taking off. Driver side window will some times not go up. At very rare occasions bright lightt will not come on during the night,vehicle pulls to right, dome light comes on and turns off while door is open. . . Dealership stated they could not find anything wrong, both times when taken in. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Now2008. After warranty is no longer. Took vehicle to firestone. The mechanic stated rotors, brakes, caliper, bearings, shocks have all need to be replaced. Due to failure of parts and the amount of miles plus the year some of the parts should not be in this shape. The repairs should have been done a long time ago. I never let my oil mechanic look at my vehicle in fear of losing my warranty but now this would have been taken care of if the dealership would have been honest with me now I have to find away to come up with $1600. 00 just to keep me safe while seeing patient's in there homes. . . I have ran off in a ditch due to brake failure. To stop me from hitting a car. Stop fast on dirt road to avoid hitting a deer and my brakes would not work until the pedal hit the firewall . This is not right and the Suzuki company should have to look into the problem and make repairs. . As for me I drive slower then the speed limit and stay away from other cars as much as possible. . . I do not care if I receive any help in this matter. . . But someone needs to know there is a problem with the entire brake system starting with the shocks all the way to the bearings. This problem occurred on Tuesday, September 27, 2005.
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The VIN of this vehicle was JS2RA61S74_. The reporting person's vehicle is a 2004 Suzuki Aerio. The contact placed brand new rear tires on the vehicle because the alignment failed at 14,000 miles. The dealer stated that the tire failure was caused by the factory improperly aligning the vehicle's rear end. Currently, the contact needs to have the front tires and bushings replaced for the same failure. The engine size was unknown. The current mileage is 18,000 and failure mileage was 14,000. The consumer provided copies of the repair invoices. The dealer stated the vehicle passenger and driver mirrors are loose, tail light has moisture, windshields leak, tires are knotted and click, passenger has to hold seatbelt, and popping noise when brakes are applied. Updated 06/15/07. This brake popping noise issue occurred May. 14, 2007.
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The vehicle was a 2008 Toyota Rav4. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was JTMBD35V98_. Slipping brakes, requiring frequent checkups and replacement popping noise in the steering wheel ( which after two years of complaining, I was informed is a defective steering shaft ) sudden acceleration increasing noise from under the vehicle jumping when the vehicle is place in reverse. It was Monday, December 7, 2009 when this brake popping noise issue occurred.
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The owner has a 2006 Toyota Sienna. While driving approximately 5 mph into the driveway, the contact heard a loud popping noise outside of the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where the front passenger and driver side struts were replaced. A front end alignment was performed. The manufacturer was made aware of the problem. The approximate failure mileage was unavailable. This problem occurred on Mon., May. 23, 2011.
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The car was a 2003 Volkswagen Jetta. The VIN of the problem Jetta is 3VWSP69M63_. I bought my car at the end of November. Drove it off the lot with 9 miles on the vehicle. At the time of breakdown on July 25, 2003, the car had 10,900 miles on it. The current mileage on it now is 13,000 July 25th was a very hot day. I believe it was up to 110 degrees that day. I had noticed my car running at a substantial lower power than usual, but I assumed it was because of the heat and that I had my air conditioning on high. I had to do some errands in town then I headed home, which is about 30 minutes away from the tri-cities, at this time I did notice loss of power going up the on-ramp to the interstate, but still did not think too much of the fact. I was half way home when I noticed that my car was losing even more power, the cruise quit and my speedometer went from 75 to 50 mph and that is when I noticed that my heat gauge was extremely high. I also found it odd that the inside of my car had not cooled off, but was getting warmer. I headed towards the off-ramp and as I was down shifting and applying the breaks, my brake pedal made ;puffy-popping noise and then the brake pedal collapsed to the floor. I put the vehicle in neutral and pumped the brakes to get the vehicle to stop, when the vehicle stopped, I smelled heat, or like something burning. I thought it was a fire around town. Pulling away from the off-ramp, I could not get any pickup speed with my car. The car felt like it was pushing to go forward and also pulling itself back at the same time, as the vehicle tried to pick up speed, it would pull back and forth. The gas pedal was all the way to the floor and I couldn't get any speed. I could only shift into second gear and the vehicle could only maintain 15 mph. As all of this was happening, I was turning off everything I thought took power, air conditioner was the first thing off when I started noticing the car overheating and losing power, then the radio, these did not help. This issue happened on Tuesday, July 15, 2003.
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The vehicle involved was a 2004 Jaguar Xj8. 2004, Jaguar, Xj8. Vehicle had to have the brakes and transmission replaced. Also, vehicle needed a new starter because the key will not come out of the ignition. After vehicle was taken to the dealership the catalytic converter made a popping noise. There were no other problems with the vehicle to the best of the consumers knowledge. Consumer felt that the mechanics working on vehicle were guessing as to the cause of the problem without solving the problem, consumer took vehicle back to the dealer 12 times since purchasing vehicle on June 25, 2005. This brake popping noise issue occurred 06/26/04.
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|Service Brakes problems||
|Brake Electric Antilock problems||
|Brake Disc Rotor problems||
|Brake Disc Pads problems||
|Brake Hoses, Lines/piping, And Fittings problems||
|Brake Light On problems||
|Brakes Failed problems||
|Brake Foundation Components problems||
|Brake Disc problems||
|Brake Abs Warning Light problems||
|Brake Disc Caliper problems||
|Brake Master Cylinder problems||
|Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problems||
|Brake Fluid Leak problems||
|Brake Sensor problems||
|Abs Brake Fail problems||
|Brake Pedal And Linkage problems||
|Brake Antilock Wheel Speed Sensor problems||
|Brake Grinding Noise problems||