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Why Do Brakes Squeal?
If your brakes sound like someone dragging their fingernails across a chalk every time you use them, it's time to have them inspected and repaired. A squealing sound coming from the brakes is not...

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Why do my front brakes make a squealing sound?
Hearing a squealing from the front of the car when you press the brake pedal? Don’t worry – it’s normal. Nissan pads (and most of those used by other automakers out there) come with a metal tab that’s designed to...
Brakes screech
You may be hearing a normal noise coming from your metallic brake pads: a piece of metal could be exposed in the pad, causing this noise until it wears away. Or you may have worn brake pads and the pad...
My brakes on my Jeep are squeaking after I replaced them?
Hello. This will occur if the brakes are not done correctly. When the brakes are done on this vehicle, the drums or rotors need to be machined or replaced. If they are not, then the pads will not break in...
Brakes Squealing
If you only replaced the brake pads and not the rotors or drums (if equipped in the rear), then you may look at getting them replaced or resurfaced. If you are getting squealing only when you push on the brakes...
Rear brake squealing noise goes off when brakes applied.
Hey there. If the noise was not there before you replaced the brake pads on your 2014 Audi A4, you might want to try replacing the caliper clips and using a good quality brake lube anywhere the pads make contact...
Brakes are squeaking
Yes, brake pads are no longer made of asbestos based on the possibility of exposure and possible development of mesothelioma. They have been replaced by several different types of material. Common materials are organic, metallic, and ceramic. Organic are great...
Brakes squeak going in reverse
This is a problem that may not be able to be fixed. The noise is from the brake pad material metal in the pads squeaking on the rotors when you go in the opposite direction of the pad's normal...

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