Question about 2000 Chevrolet S-10
I have a squealing noise coming from the back of my truck. I believe that it is somehow connected to the break system because when I step on the breaks is often increases or if it is not squealing at the moment it sometimes starts to squeal. It is not entirely consistent though; sometimes it won't change the sound much.
I jerked the breaks apart and the shoes look pretty good. They're about 5-7/32" thick. I noticed the break drum was fitting pretty tight so I loosened the tensioner at the bottom of the break.
After I did this I also noticed that the break fluid was a little low and so I added some. I haven't tested it yet as it is still up on the blocks.
Do you have any thoughts of what I should check into further to find out whatever is making the squealing sound?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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