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    Quote Originally Posted by Clit_Beastwood View Post
    Only 15k miles. I am essentially one-handed though, so most things take me 10x as long.
    Assuming you don't have modifications that would disqualify you, take it to the dealer to get their thoughts on the noise. That's pretty low miles for a CV to go..
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    don't forget to close up the box after you open it to look at those pads they[ebc red] stink. and if you do the rears don't forget to screw in the parking brake puck counter clock wise R/S and clock wise L/S. I removed the backing plates so i could view the rotors. all they do is stop the view and retain the heat, i see no ice ever, not that i'm fast enough to make a difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmb View Post
    don't forget to close up the box after you open it to look at those pads they[ebc red] stink. and if you do the rears don't forget to screw in the parking brake puck counter clock wise R/S and clock wise L/S. I removed the backing plates so i could view the rotors. all they do is stop the view and retain the heat, i see no ice ever, not that i'm fast enough to make a difference.
    i am fighting the urge to go smell the brakepads now :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDG View Post
    It sounds like maybe a CV joint failing in the axle. I may be having a similar problem but it presents itself during right turns.
    Think you might be right. I went into a big open parking lot and did full-lock 360 turns. There's a substantial popping that I can feel through the wheel in exactly the same part of a full-lock left turn, doesn't happen on a full lock right turn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clit_Beastwood View Post
    Think you might be right. I went into a big open parking lot and did full-lock 360 turns. There's a substantial popping that I can feel through the wheel in exactly the same part of a full-lock left turn, doesn't happen on a full lock right turn.
    Yeah this is exactly what mine is doing. It is not quite a "pop" yet just a bit of a rattle noise. It isn't really bad yet and since my plan is to replace both axles anyway when I install my LSD, I am going to wait until they get worse. I am just surprised yours are gone at such low mileage. Can you see any rip in the boots or grease slung up around the axles?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDG View Post
    Yeah this is exactly what mine is doing. It is not quite a "pop" yet just a bit of a rattle noise. It isn't really bad yet and since my plan is to replace both axles anyway when I install my LSD, I am going to wait until they get worse. I am just surprised yours are gone at such low mileage. Can you see any rip in the boots or grease slung up around the axles?
    No external indication. I have had an RMM on for ~10k miles, and I started noticing this noise around the time I installed my first RMM. I originally chalked it up as a normal noise from the car I just had never noticed, but as its grown louder it has concerned me more. I removed my RMM and it got much quieter, but it's still there. Only when hot though, which I thought was weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clit_Beastwood View Post
    No external indication. I have had an RMM on for ~10k miles, and I started noticing this noise around the time I installed my first RMM. I originally chalked it up as a normal noise from the car I just had never noticed, but as its grown louder it has concerned me more. I removed my RMM and it got much quieter, but it's still there. Only when hot though, which I thought was weird.
    Have you inspected you driver and passenger engine mounts? I wonder if one of those have failed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmb View Post
    ... and if you do the rears don't forget to screw in the parking brake puck counter clock wise R/S and clock wise L/S. ...
    Bit of a thread jack but for both my rears it is clock wise. I think both calipers are identical.

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    Is that how you did it? my bad,

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDG View Post
    Have you inspected you driver and passenger engine mounts? I wonder if one of those have failed?
    Driver's side looked ok, the passenger one makes a squeaky sound if I move the engine with my hand and in the morning when it's cold. Now that I have the exact criteria required to replicate the issue I can take it to the dealership and provide them an exact "do exactly this to replicate the grinding". I find dealerships are less error-prone when I provide such.

 

 
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