Hey, guys. It's been a while since I've posted any messages. I have changed positions at work and am not in front of a computer all day so "K5 time" has been cut drastically. I have an '89 Blazer (obviously) and recently have discovered a clicking noise coming from one of the wheels when I'm going down the road. I can really hear it when I slow down and try to figure out where it's coming from. I thought it was coming from the driver's side front wheel so I pulled the brakes and calipers off both front wheels, checked them out, and put them back on. I still hear a clicking noise even more since I took the brakes off and put them back on!! I'm pretty sure it's not coming from my rear wheels because I jacked the rear end up off the ground, put it in gear, hit the gas and didn't hear any noises while the rear wheels were turning. Could the noise possibly be the actual brake pad in the front vibrating? It's quite loud when I slow down to 15 or 20 mph and listen for it. I've never had a problem with my brake pads before. They were replaced just a few months ago. I couldn't imagine the pads rattling around inside the caliper. I'm thinking it's the pad in the caliper moving around because when I hit the brakes it stops!! Maybe it's not the brakes at all!! Any ideas?? HELP!!!! CHEVY - "THE HEARTBEAT IS GETTING LOUDER"