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rear brake problem,I'm new go easy on me

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by immajackuup, Jun 2, 2008.

  1. immajackuup

    immajackuup New Member

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    well i did the rear disk conversion and the parts came off a 94 teg.

    but when i got the conversion the old pad seem to stick on the rotor left side while I'm driving,but not bad to the point where i can't go no where .
    not stick but it kinda rub on the rotor.

    And it made an awfull sound when you have bad brakes. it only made that sound when i'm driving 60-80 only on the left side rear.

    so I put new brake pad,lube up the shaft that goes to caliper,bleed the rear.

    now it is more quiet but i hear this noise when some1 is blowing into a jug on the same side that made that awfull braking noise when im going 60-80.

    what could be the problem?
     
  2. AHHVTEC

    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    sounds like you have bad bearings
     
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    Vote #2 for bad wheel bearings.
     
  4. immajackuup

    immajackuup New Member

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    how much will it cost to get it fix?

    but when i first got it and I spin the rotor it seem to be fine.

    i mean like when i had bad brake pad i could hear the scraping around 60-80mph now i don't because i change the pad. So it just sound like some1 is blowing into a jug but it seem like the brake is engaging meaning bad caliper i guess?
    like it isn't releasing
     
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    immajackuup New Member

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    is gsr rear bearing the same as si rear?

    also where is a good website to get the bearing?
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    im not sure id have a shop check it to make sure thats the problem,
     
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    nah i think its the weel bearing for sure.
    i check out this other forum about other people wheel bearing.
    it said it should sound like scraping and humming.

    mine was scraping like a bitch when fist got the rear disk conversion but after i change the pads. now the bitch is just humming

    SO DOES ANY1 KNOW A GOOD WEBSITE TO ORDER GSR REAR BEARING?
    or does a si rear bearing fit?
     
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    awptickes unimpressed by you VIP

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    Have you tried Http://google.com ?

    Any parts store can help you. Hell, even your local honda dealership or Advance Auto Parts can help you. But since I'm feeling good, try rockauto.com and discountautoparts.com.
     
  10. AHHVTEC

    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    just go to honda and get it
     
  11. immajackuup

    immajackuup New Member

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    fuck that dude they try to rip me off on everything i want to buy.160 for hub bearing at acura.

    found a good site cost 96
    1990-2001 Acura Integra - Timken Wheel Hub Assembly
    is this the right hub bearing i need?

    rockauto.com is a good site
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    well as far as i go i learned my lesson while i was your when it come to major parts suck as bearings timing belt ect ect i will only go to honda for good parts that just not refurbished
     
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    immajackuup New Member

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    what happen to you when u got stuff that isn't oem?
    broke on u?
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    yea sometimes that and i just dont trust major stuff thats refurbished
     
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    Good Luck! :)
    I agree with AHHVTEC. I too have had problems with cheap shit...
    Even if its new. If the price is way lower its probably junk!
    Be prepared to change it again in a couple months.
     
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    If it had that sensor then it should have had ABS but i think you can use ABS or non ABS parts if you aren't gonna hook it up.That should be the right one for your car tho. My buddys car had ABS and i used non ABS bearings.The way i see it is ABS stands for "All Bull Shit" i hate it :)
     
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    efhondakid My name is Byron. VIP

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    The only difference between an ABS bearing and non-ABS bearing is the ABS bearing has the wheel-speed sensor in it. If the car has ABS you have to use the corrosponding bearing, but if its non-ABS you can use either the ABS or non-ABS bearing without problems.
     
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    i c, any one know what is the ft/lbs tq i tighten the spindle nut to? 135? is it ok if I just tighten it to 100ft/lbs

    I heard something that the si ex dx hub are the same as integra, is that true?
     
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