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    Gone N' Back Elite SCFTW'er mexMan's Avatar
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    Pedals vibrating

    Hey guys, after a billion years approximately, I'm back, now, to the issue.

    My car's been presenting a rather annoying sound, some kind of ticking, like a bubbly sound I guess?, and it sounds around the pedals area, and the brake pedal have a slow vibration, at least is the pedal on which it feels stronger, but the clutch and the accelerator have it too. Any ideas?

    Good to be back, and thanks in advance.

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    Welcome back Mexman.

    Where are the cartoons !?



    Could be due to different reasons really .. you could check the tire pressure first if all wheels are ok .. then perhaps the brake disc life it could be that they are due to be changed soon .

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    NOBODY SENT PICTURES.

    Oh I failed to say, it happens as soon as I start the car, it's actually stronger when I'm not moving.

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    Oh . What car is this ?

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    A McLaren F1 GTR, but mine is a Seat Ibiza.

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    Do you feel this thing affects the driving of the car ? or are they just sounds ?

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    So far it hasn't affected the driving, but I'm concerned it could be a brake issue, it's the slight knocking and vibration of the brake pedal. Could it be air bubbles in the brake lines? Shot in the dark.

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    That could definitely be the case .

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    I'd also see if the ABS actuator isn't going bad. My first instinct was "ABS problem" but I could very well be wrong.

    It could also be the slave cylinder or the clutch bearings going bad. I had a problem with the slave cylinder in my Miata for a hot minute that was an easy fix, but it caused some weird noises and vibrations as well.
    Anyhow...

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    Thanks guys, I think I'm gonna be on the hunt for any slight brake mishaps, I hope I don't kill myself in the process. In the end I'm not going to avoid going to the car doctor.

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