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1998 Pontiac Sunfire GT brake squil

I have a 1998 pontiac sunfire and every time i start it up and drive it, it makes a really bad squil noise like the brake pads are low, but it makes this noise all the time and it gets really loud when i step on the brake. what do i do? im going to change the pads this weekend. but is there anything else i should look at? also all the fliuds are toppped off and fine.

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More than likely wear indicator tab is letting you know that the pads are low, just be real careful until weekend, and if in doubt, jack it up now & have a look with a light.

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You should Absolutely change the Brake Pads. That is what your Noise is. When the Pads get low, There is a Small Piece of Metal that Hits the Rotors to let you know that it is Time to Change Them. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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