Ford Mondeo rear brakes get stuck when stopping

Squeaking when starting / braking / rolling

Ford Mondeo Mk3 (B4Y, B5Y, BWY)

Hello.

New day, new problem.

On my Mondeo, the rear (both) tires squeal when starting, stopping and also when rolling slowly (with the engine switched off).

The sound just came just like that.

It is only brief when starting, stopping or stopping when driving slowly (walking pace).

I jacked up the cart so that the wheels hang freely and turned it.

Squeaks, so it's definitely not a suspension problem.

It sounds like rubber rubbing somewhere.

There is nothing to be seen. The tire doesn't touch anywhere .......

Does anyone know advice?

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[Transferred from Motor-Talk on the subject of 'The rear of the car (brake) only squeaks when driving, not when braking'.]

I also squeak, I can localize it in front.

it occurs when i'm in gear and accelerate with a little more throttle while letting the clutch disengage. At the moment when the car rolls up, it gives a brief squeak, then it's gone.

but this is also repeated in the 2nd and sometimes 3rd gear.

what can it be ? clutch?

ps 135t are down

Hello hightower0173,

Simmerring wheel bearing ???? So if you have an MK3, like I have one, there is a complete wheel hub at the back. Nothing should squeak there.

I myself have the problem that it makes noises, but only when I brake too often. This causes the brake to become hot and the linkage of the handbrake no longer returns to the zero position. My brakes don't get hot either. Therefore I suspect like mc2fly that it is the brake calipers. If you jack up your car and turn the wheel --- do you hear what and if so where?

Small question on the side. How many teeth do you count when you put the handbrake on ????

LG

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Originally written by hightower0173

I also squeak, I can localize it in front.

it occurs when i'm in gear and accelerate with a little more gas while letting the clutch disengage. At the moment when the car rolls up, it gives a brief squeak, then it's gone.

but this is also repeated in the 2nd and sometimes 3rd gear.

what can it be ? clutch?

ps 135t are down

steps the clutch very slowly.

Does it sound like this with a lightly depressed clutch:

www.darklegends.de/spacy/MK3-TDCI-KupplungLeichtGcen.MP4

Then the DMF is broken

Would also be interesting which engine you have in there; Diesel or gasoline?

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Originally written by spacechild

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Originally written by hightower0173

I also squeak, I can localize it in front.

it occurs when i'm in gear and accelerate with a little more throttle while letting the clutch disengage. At the moment when the car rolls up, it gives a brief squeak, then it's gone.

but this is also repeated in the 2nd and sometimes 3rd gear.

what can it be ? clutch?

ps 135t are down

steps the clutch very slowly.

Does it sound like this with a lightly depressed clutch:

www.darklegends.de/spacy/MK3-TDCI-KupplungLeichtGcen.MP4

Then the DMF is broken

Would also be interesting which engine you have in there; Diesel or gasoline?

no, definitely not the sound, by the way petrol :-)

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Originally written by Reaven145

I prefer clutch thrust bearings

@ hightower0173

Of course, the rear wheel bearings squeak even when the seal is through.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8tj9W6yuEg

nope .... even this "chirping of birds" is not, I type, since it happens when the gear is engaged, but also on the thrust bearing - above all I locate the noise (it only lasts a fraction of a second) at the front.

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Originally written by hightower0173

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Originally written by spacechild

steps the clutch very slowly.

Does it sound like this with a lightly depressed clutch:

www.darklegends.de/spacy/MK3-TDCI-KupplungLeichtGcen.MP4

Then the DMF is broken

Would also be interesting which engine you have in there; Diesel or gasoline?

no, definitely not the sound, by the way petrol :-)

by the way, what is this zms?

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Originally written by gasoline consumers

Hello hightower0173,

Simmerring wheel bearing ???? So if you have an MK3, like I have one, there is a complete wheel hub at the back. Nothing should squeak there.

......

LG

There's an ugly squeak in the back coming from the wheel bearing area. Wheel bearing = change the whole hub and it's gone. A good quality hub costs around 80 euros and is from SKF including the ABS sensor. If you turn the old and new hub by hand, you sometimes wonder that the old bearings didn't give any smoke signals so hard they have already gone ...

Switching instructions have often been discussed here in the forum. Torx are installed at the rear ex works, you need a long socket wrench 1/2 "in Torx T50 100mm at least. The same screws were also included with the SKF hubs, so no E12! so disks or similar if you have everything apart.

Hello, on my Mondeo MK3, the rear brake caliper pistons are stuck, so nothing can be heard on short journeys. But if I drive longer distances, for example the motorway with an average of 160, at some point a cruel squeak will start.

When the handbrake is pulled, the squeaking is gone, but comes back when you release. If there is a slight fuss, the squeaking is also over for a short time. The wheel bearings turn easily. According to the workshop, the rear windows are also annealed. I already have discs and blocks, I still need the saddles and then I'll have everything replaced.

Maybe someone can do something with it.

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Originally written by Ichmeldmichnichtan

... According to the workshop, the rear windows are also annealed. ...

That could have been avoided if, in the event of anomalies of this kind, you simply grab all 4 rims after the ride and compare the perceived temp. It has to be the same on one axis and usually colder at the back than at the front.

It is best to grab it immediately after parking, otherwise the heat build-up often leads to deviations, depending on how the bike is, etc.

Just as a suggestion for readers.

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Originally written by fatigue break

That could have been avoided if, in the event of anomalies of this kind, you simply grab all 4 rims after the ride and compare the perceived temp.

Just as a suggestion for readers.

With such extreme stress on the brakes, you would smell the overheating effortlessly - it stinks so enormously.

And don't forget that the panes have a bluish discoloration. which indicates a strong thermal load. if the brake discs are used normally, they will remain bright without discoloration.

After I swapped the brake calipers and discs including the stones at the rear, both the braking performance increased and the brake diagram improved.