Question about 1997 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
I have a 97 Chevy S10 that has a rear end squeek that sounds like it is coming from the brakes but goes away when the brakes are applied. Looked at the pads and drums all seems okay and looked at the u joints they look fine also. Sanded the pads and still have the squeek.
If you have rear disc brakes, one of the rotors could be warped and causing the pads to move in the caliper.
You should be able to remove one wheel at a time, lock down the rotor with the lug nuts, and put the trans in low gear or reverse to listen for the noise.
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
on disc brakes there is a metal marker on them that when the pads get low on material it will make a squeeling noise to let you know its time to change the pads.. so I would say you are in need of front pads also even though they look good you are getting low.. this marker is designed to let you know its time before you get to metal to metal .. jerry
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
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