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Take a look at tip I put online for users to replace there own brake pads on rear of the car.
This recently happened to my 98 Subaru Legacy Outback.
My problem is in the rear differential. May be the same for you.
When making a turn, the car sounds like a Star Wars T.I.E. Fighter. The outside wheel is not turning fast enough to keep up with the inside wheel or vice versa. AWD is disengaged and car is currently operating on Front WD. I was told this is fine to drive this way.
ABS is anti lock braking system,which helps to stop car in various conditions.Wet/slippery etc
Sensors are located on all brakes
You need to go to your local auto electrician who will plug in scanner to locate fault
you may have air in the line,bleed the front brake lines,but the problem might be the new pads, the old pads may have been made of softer material & the new ones may be a harder material but apart from that there should not be any problem....hope this helps.....cheers