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Break noisy sometime wen apply my break at about 80kmh, my break induce a noise.

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  • shafick8 Nov 17, 2008

    give me some solution or tips of investigation.

  • shafick8 Nov 18, 2008

    squealing



    bt please give me solution for bth grinding and sqealing

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You may want to clarify a bit further but sounds like they need to be inspected

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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    autodr Nov 17, 2008

    if youre mechanically inclined, you will want to remove all the wheels and inpect the brake pad linings for thickness, and rear brake shoes if equipped with drum brake system. what kind of noise is it? grinding or squealing?

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