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Mazda CX-5 2016 2.0L Engine, Brake Noise Problem. Customer Is Concerned About A Loud Thumping Noise From The Right Rear Wheel. This Noise Is Louder Under Brakes

"Brake Beats: Resolving the Thumping Symphony in Mazda CX-5 2016"

Step into the world of automotive rhythms with our Mazda CX-5 2016, where an unusual symphony echoed – a loud thumping noise from the right rear wheel, especially pronounced under braking. Join us as we unveil the Brake Beats saga, a melody of repair and resilience.

The Concerning Thump:

Our star, the Mazda CX-5, raised concerns as the owner reported a loud thumping noise, stealing the spotlight from the right rear wheel, taking center stage when brakes entered the scene.

Diagnosing the Crescendo:

At Abbotts Auto Care, our technicians took the lead, removing the rear wheels for a backstage pass to the brake drama. A dance with the scan tool ensued, winding back the handbrake mechanism in the caliper.

Spotlight on the Culprit:

With the brake caliper removed, the true performer emerged – a cracked brake rotor, its fissure originating from the center and crescendoing outward. A standing ovation for the revelation.

Brake Symphony Rehearsal:

The encore featured a fitting performance – a new brake rotor took the stage alongside fresh brake pads. The electric handbrake, reset with the scan tool, rehearsed extensively in a stop-start road test.

Regular Servicing:

Behind the scenes, the real maestro was regular servicing. It composed a preventive masterpiece, saving our Mazda CX-5 owner from an unexpected brake encore.

Why Abbotts Auto Care?

At Abbotts Auto Care, we don't just fix cars; we orchestrate harmonies of repair and maintenance. Your Mazda CX-5 deserves a symphony of care.

As the curtain falls on the Brake Beats saga, the lesson is clear – regular servicing is the conductor that keeps your vehicle's symphony in tune, saving you from the discord of unexpected repairs. Trust Abbotts Auto Care to be your car's maestro, ensuring every brake beat is a smooth melody.