We've had some very very cold weather here in Northern Michigan.
On days when the temps are 10* and below, when I get in the car for the first time, start the car, and push the brake pedal, I hear a strange noise. It sounds like what the ABS would sound like when it's engaging because of slipping on ice. But I am not even moving. I'm still in Park. I haven't yet tried to record this sound, but has any else had this experience?
When you start driving the brakes all appear to be working correctly but something is not liking the extreme cold.
Before I try to schedule a dealer visit, I thought I'd ask here. The wheels and brakes are free from snow and ice, too. Scheduling a dealer visit for me can be a challenge since I'm on the road Mon-Fri usually out of town for work.