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Front brakes Noisy on light applicartion. Rotors have been tirned.

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Pull your pads back off and put silicone on the back side. Metal to metal rub. If this is helpful, please post as such. Should it work please post as fixya. I say should because there ARE other factors. TY

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While trying to change my pads i noticed my rotors seem loose, also i cant get the brakes to stop grinding, squealing after reassembly.


Shane, rotors may seem loose until wheel is on car and torqued to specification, I recommend you take car in for your brakes to be inspected, estimate and repaired at a good shop. Arrange your appointment time so you can be there and watch how it is done and learn from it. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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