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Breaks When coming to a stop as I apply the breaks there is a squeking noise coming from the wheels. Is there a problem with the breaks or something wron with the axle?

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Try to check your brake may be your brake lining is no more replace new brake pad

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It's probably just the brake pads starting to wear out. Most pads will start to produce the squeaking noise when they are close to being worn out to let you know that it's time to go and have them replaced. Take it to your preferred mechanic and ask them to check your brake pads. Hopefully, you just need new pads and you'll be on your way, but your mechanic should be able to tell you if it is something more sinister than the brake pads wearing out.

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SOURCE: front breaks 2001 hyundai elantra

Make sure the backing plate is not bent and contacting the rotor.

Posted on Jul 02, 2008

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SOURCE: front wheel rub/grind not breaks

is the steering over locking,and catching the track rod end
is it a wheel balancing wieght catching on the steering jiont
is it the hub bearing /flange worn or loose
is the brake caliper loose
are the brake pads low
is the back plate catching on the brake disc

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SOURCE: squeaking noise in steering wheel

check your CV joint

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SOURCE: Hyundai elantra 2006 Squealling but stops when applying breaks.

I have an '05 Elantra (40,000 miles) with the exact same problem. Took it in to the dealer, and they said my rear brakes needed to be cleaned and adjusted. I haven't gotten it fixed yet, but the squealing has been less frequent since they looked at it. they must have cleaned it a little just by poking around.

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SOURCE: some noice when rotate stering wheel, when i go

There are a couple of problems with your front-end that need to be corrected ASAP. Take your car to a shop and have them inspect the front-suspension and steering. I'd make an educated guess that your tie-rod ends and pittman arm need to be replaced along with the cv (constant velocity) joints needing replacement.

Once these issues are taken care of your problem should go away. Good luck!

Posted on Jan 07, 2010

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