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Old 09-25-2013, 12:31 PM   #1
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Hi, I have a 1997 Integra type rs. I have a screeching noise coming from my back tire but only when I'm moving and Turing a certain degre. I cant seem to find the noise. Amy help is appreciated. My back wheel was replaced. Hit black ice bent it on a curbe. Had to get a new wheel and a hub stud was sheered right of. Not sure if its coming from this
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Check the brake splash guard, make sure it is not loose or bent also make sure a stone or something has not got stuck between it and the disk.

Also check the bearing. 94
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I recently checked to see if anything I could see anything rubbing around my wheel. But when I jack it up it doesn't make the noise no matter how much spin the wheel. It only makes the noise while im driving. It goes on and off when I change lanes. If get on a slightly curved road it will stop from the pressure.
Could it be a bent rotor is slightly bent?
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You would think if the rotor was "bent" you would hear it all the time, even up in the air.

Does stepping on the brake a little when the noise is there change anything? 94
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That's a good point.

Yeah I ez on my brakes it goes awa. Its barley makes this noise as low speeds aswel.
I changes my brakes with in the last 500 miles.
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