Noise when turning right and braking

honda
odyssey

#1

2011 Honda Odyssey Touring

When turning right at low speed and applying the brakes lightly, the car makes a hum/squeal from the front end. If I take my foot off of the brake or straighten out, the noise goes away. Brakes/rotors look fine on my inspection. Anyone with any ideas?


#2

Have you checked the wear sensors and the dust shields?


#3

Were the tires removed and all pads checked? Sounds like the wear sensor is rubbing.


#4

I thought the pads looked plenty thick, but I’ll have to specifically check the wear indicator. Is it possible for the wear indicator to only make contact when turning? I did look at the dust shield and I don’t see any signs that it is contacting anywhere.

Thanks for the replies!


#5

Are you certain the tire isn’t rubbing on something? Maybe an under-engine or wheel-well shield has popped loose. Braking can change the geometry enough to stop slight rubbing sometimes.


#6

Yes. It isn’t even an uncommon issue.