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PostSubject: Click, when I pull the front break.   Fri Jan 11, 2019 4:45 pm

Afternoon,
When I get on the sw and use the front brake for the 1st time in the morning, or if i haven't driven it in a few hours, as soon as i pull the right level to brake i heard a click. Just one time, it's sound like the brake pad is stuck for a split second. Any tips would be great.

Sean in S.Florida
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PostSubject: Re: Click, when I pull the front break.   Sat Jan 12, 2019 7:47 am

I would assume this is from the micro-switch that operates the brake light. Perhaps it is sticking a bit? You might pick up some electronic cleaner spray at an auto parts store and try that. My turn signal switch sticks sometimes and a shot of the above straightens it right out. Good luck.
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