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2003 MDX - Rear brakes squeel when I am reversing only.

When I am reversing and brake, the rear brakes squeel. I had new brake pads put on about 5,000 miles ago so I don't think that is the issue.

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When they put the new pads on they should have sprayed them with permatex anti sqeal a lot of techs are lazy and the dont do it bring it back and complain they will spray them

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