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Break pedal squeaking

The break pedal is squeaking but the brakes pad and rotor were just change, It is just the pedal that squeaks

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Is the squeak inside the car? if so, then yes it's probably the pedal or linkage. If it's outside the car, then either the brakes were done poorly or the pads are defective. Assuming you had the front and rear brakes done. Could be the other brakes if only 1 axle was serviced.

Posted on Dec 12, 2012

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SOURCE: Brakes are non-existent. Metal rubbing on metal

for the front it would be an hour of labor and you can get rotors for about 150 but dont cheap on on rotors or pads and get the good ones because theyll last longer. the front and back would be about 2 hours

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SOURCE: Vibrating, Squeak, Grinding After Changing Pads and Rotors

mcdevito75 here, You most likely have the cause, on of the caliper bolts got loose, Check both sides, make sure the pads are seated correct and that all bolts on both fron wheels are tight.

Posted on Jun 17, 2010

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