Possible source of front right jingle noise, disc loose? - FIXED I think!! I hear a jingle metallic noise from my front right rim when I hit small fast bumps, but not big smooth bumps. I took off the wheel and was able to pull the disc outward. The caliper held the other end, but area opposite was able to move. I checked the left front side of car and it wouldn't move at all. From what I've read the disc seems to slide off the front axle hub so maybe that is normal. Not sure why left won't move but right easily slides out. If I took off caliper it would come right off. It should be tight enough when the wheel is mounted I assume. Anyone have any insight. Thanks =) Edit: it looks like it is normal from what I've read about most cars. A thread for corolla mentioned the side that didn't move was probably rusted tight. I grabbed and tried to move everything and nothing was loose. Edit #2: Ok so I got an idea when someone else posted putting lug nuts on the disc and putting tape and tapping. I didn't go that far, but I noticed the brakes use 2 metal clips. One at the top of the pads and one at the bottom. I think there might be more under. The top was was really loose and made the sound when I moved it. When I used a flathead to shift the pad up it tightened the clip and it wouldn't move, but once the brake grabs the disc it will shift down a couple millimeters. I just bent a protruding part of the metal clip in between it and the caliper and it is tight now. It's probably been doing that for the last $195k miles. It was driving me nuts. It's pouring rain so I'll wait to test it out later, but just in case someone searches for noise coming from a wheel hopefully this will help.