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noise when pull away???

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another query of my R. LOL

I went to work this morning and reverse parked my car into a bay and it stayed there till i finished tonight at 1700pm.

as i pulled away it made a clunk noise as if i had caught the bumper on a kerb but there is no kerbs?

has anyone had a similar noise or problem?

all responses would be grateful

Adam
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Was there a slight angle?
Was the bay have a slight hill in it?

Regards
Vrt
no, its all flat and no angles. bit wierd to be honest
AdamSmith1984 said:
another query of my R. LOL

I went to work this morning and reverse parked my car into a bay and it stayed there till i finished tonight at 1700pm.

as i pulled away it made a clunk noise as if i had caught the bumper on a kerb but there is no kerbs?

has anyone had a similar noise or problem?

all responses would be grateful

Adam
possible sticking brake on rear wheel!
deanster said:
possible sticking brake on rear wheel!
Mine does this if left parked for a while ,especially after rain.
deanster said:
possible sticking brake on rear wheel!
Yep, I'd have to agree here :top:
Yep I had this last year and I used WD40 to lubercate it and moved the handbrake up and down and that sorted it

ajbell said:
Mine does this if left parked for a while ,especially after rain.
Mattchaps said:
Yep, I'd have to agree here :top:
me too mate defo brakes getting stuck
Yer mine get stuck on now and again, when parked fro while, usually after rain or washing!!
James (caxton01) said:
Yep I had this last year and I used WD40 to lubercate it and moved the handbrake up and down and that sorted it
I take it you mean the handbrake pivot on the caliper & not the brake disc??Sorry James couldn't resist!! :aetsch:

I'd agree with the above, Up here in Scotland after it's rained all day & i've been a bit slack on putting the R into the garage I've had the same sort of noise followed by slight scuffing until caliper has fully retracted. This used to be a VERY common problem on MK2 golfs :banghead: but not such a problem now..Of course if your car wasn't sitting in the rain then this isn't usually such a problem so we may be way off???:s Hope this helps a little atleast!
Yes Klam !

It's been a very long week :top:

klam said:
I take it you mean the handbrake pivot on the caliper & not the brake disc??Sorry James couldn't resist!! :aetsch:

I'd agree with the above, Up here in Scotland after it's rained all day & i've been a bit slack on putting the R into the garage I've had the same sort of noise followed by slight scuffing until caliper has fully retracted. This used to be a VERY common problem on MK2 golfs :banghead: but not such a problem now..Of course if your car wasn't sitting in the rain then this isn't usually such a problem so we may be way off???:s Hope this helps a little atleast!
James (caxton01) said:
Yes Klam !

It's been a very long week :top:
Ha Ha sorry bud thought i'd jump in there with some banter before everyone else!

It's been a very long week :top:[/quote]

Oh dear & it's only monday!:s
Hi Klam

Well banter is great though !

I started work on Monday and finished Sunday , Got tonight off though , So chilling with one or two drinks ,lol Then a week off , So happy days

klam said:
Ha Ha sorry bud thought i'd jump in there with some banter before everyone else!

It's been a very long week :top:
Oh dear & it's only monday!:s[/QUOTE]
Yep I had this last year and I used WD40 to lubercate it and moved the handbrake up and down and that sorted it
Hi, which area you spray the WD40? To rotor
Yep I had this last year and I used WD40 to lubercate it and moved the handbrake up and down and that sorted it
Hi, which part you spray the WD40. I had this issue also.
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