Engine, Exhaust, Drivetrain, ECU Issues and Fixes
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I've got about 1500 miles on my Macan (2.0 Base), and I've noticed an odd "click" sound and feeling when I press the brake pedal down about an inch. It's coming from the brake pedal itself, not from the wheels or the shifter.
I know there's a shift lock solenoid, which I can feel slightly when I told the shifter, but this is different. It's a clicking sound in the pedal mechanism itself. I can also feel it click in the part of my foot that touches the pedal.
Anyone else experience this? I'm hoping it's a DIY lubrication issue that I can handle myself. Dealership loves to tell me there are no fault codes and everything is within normal parameters when I go in for minor things like this...
No such noises on mine.
One inch is pretty much the maximum travel I can get with a very firm push. There's about half an inch of free travel then the rest is applying pressure in the master cylinder. But no clicking noises.
Thanks for the responses. It doesn't seem to have to do with the "Hold" feature, and this click sound happens when the car is both on and off. My guess is that it's a spring down there that needs lubrication or something. I'll add it to the list of things to raise at the first service -- if I can stand waiting that long!