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Old 06-07-2013, 10:34 AM   #1
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Subaru Stars 2009 Subaru Legacy Limited - Strange noise during low speed braking

So when I apply the brakes in my car, this noise comes from the engine bay. It's louder on a steep hill, and much more pronounced the slower the car goes. Once I come to a complete stop, I can pump the brakes, and it will make the noise with each motion of the brake pedal. I suspected brakes at first, and have changed the pads and rotors out, which obviously didn't fix the problem. At least I needed to get those things done .
We can simulate the noise at a stop by pushing on the engine laterally with our hands (from passenger side, pushing towards driver's side). Halp!

**Also, and here's the strange part, it does NOT happen in the morning, when the engine/car is cold. It worsens as the car warms up, and at the end of a hot day is at the level shown in the video.**


The noise (in the evening, after being driven all day) -
http://youtu.be/_-jtei9Jgts

The noise, or lack thereof, in the morning when the car is cool (clunk noise is from a bump in the road)
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Old 06-08-2013, 06:10 PM   #2
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That's ****ed man, did you get the recall notice?
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Old 06-08-2013, 08:45 PM   #3
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That's ****ed man, did you get the recall notice?

Which one ? I received one for the brake system, and then discovered an ECM recall. I'm taking it to the dealer next week for those. However, it looks like my fears were confirmed, and it's the motor mounts.

My buddy pulled forward on the back of the intake manifold, and I put a stethoscope on the mounts. They're creaking loudly. I then put the stethoscope on the engine block, and it was as quiet as a mouse. So, if any of you experience this noise, get your wallets out. Or your wrenches.



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Old 06-09-2013, 03:52 AM   #4
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yeah the brake recall, I hear ya anything that's gone wrong with my 05 2.5 gt has been a wallet and wrench problem always very lengthy and expensive
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Old 06-11-2013, 08:56 AM   #5
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Beim Bremsen langsamer Fahrt ist laut Hanbuch der Bremsbelag bald abgenützt.Hier ist der Orginalbelag verarbeitet.In dem Beleg ist ein Material eingearbeitet das bei langsamer Fahrt ein Geräusch verursacht. Dadurch wird Ihnen mitgeteilt das der Bremsbelag bald am Ende ist.-
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So when I apply the brakes in my car, this noise comes from the engine bay. It's louder on a steep hill, and much more pronounced the slower the car goes. Once I come to a complete stop, I can pump the brakes, and it will make the noise with each motion of the brake pedal. I suspected brakes at first, and have changed the pads and rotors out, which obviously didn't fix the problem. At least I needed to get those things done .
We can simulate the noise at a stop by pushing on the engine laterally with our hands (from passenger side, pushing towards driver's side). Halp!

**Also, and here's the strange part, it does NOT happen in the morning, when the engine/car is cold. It worsens as the car warms up, and at the end of a hot day is at the level shown in the video.**


The noise (in the evening, after being driven all day) -
http://youtu.be/_-jtei9Jgts

The noise, or lack thereof, in the morning when the car is cool (clunk noise is from a bump in the road)
http://youtu.be/XfbSoEIuEaM
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