Hey, sorry it took me so long to get back to you. I'm not on here as often these days. It turned out to be the very little space that was in between the two silver caliper clips, and the ends of the brake pad itself. When you fit the pads on, the ends that purtrude, that slides into the clips, make sure they are well greased. Grease both the pad ends (backside only of course), and the clip itself. You can also squeeze the clip in a bit to have a more snug fit on the pad ends, so there's not too much play in between them. But not too much, remember they have to slide back & forth freely. I hope this helps!
Hey rali2000, I read an archived thread you made in 2010 about the rattle in your brakes. This may be a long shot because that was 4 years ago, but can you tell me what kit you bought, if the problem came back, whether you learned anything more about the problem or any other tips. I am having the problem right now. It is incredibly annoying and merely replacing the anti-rattle clips has not solved the problem permanently. Any help would be very greatly appreciated and may even lower my blood pressure.
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