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Growling brakes 99 camray

The front brakes growl when coming to a gradual stop from 40+ miles per hour. Does not do it in stop and go driving.

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    Growl noise at speed between 35 and 50 mies per hour

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When was the Last time the Brakes were Inspected? Sounds like you need Brake Pads.

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