Car making sound when braking1 min readReading Time: < 1 minutes
When you brake in your car, you may notice a sound that wasn’t there before. This sound is caused by the brake pads rubbing against the brake rotor.
The brake pads are designed to grip the brake rotor and create friction. This friction creates heat, which is then dissipated through the brake caliper and the brake fluid.
The sound that you hear when braking is the sound of the brake pads rubbing against the brake rotor. This sound is normal and is nothing to worry about.