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Job has been more than this 'amateur' had bargained for. Just completed rear rotors and pads on my 03 Cayenne S. First wheel, difficult for all sorts of reasons, second wheel a breeze. HOWEVER, the first wheel (right rear) has a horrible noise coming from it as I drive... I thought it was the parking brakes engaged too much. I readjusted the parking brake to virtually open, and the sound is still there. So then I thought maybe the metal cover behind the rotor was rubbing - I checked it out and doesn't appear to be an issue.
So, when I pulled the old rotor off, the parking brakes were tight. I hadn't loosened them enough and essentially then just muscled it off. I then 'clicked' them completely loose, and putting the new rotor on was a breeze. I also checked everything out - the three spring clips that hold them were all in tact and it didn't appear I caused any problems. However, could this have done something?
Anyway, I am about to just give up and take it in to really pay for my errors... unless anyone has any ideas?