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Rear screeching noise with 99 Honda Accord

I have just noticed a noise from my left rear side of my 99 Honda Accord. It made the noise three times today and it has never made the noise before. It happend when I hit a big bump on the left side and then again when I was about to turn right at a stop light and then again when I was coming to a stop. It does not screech but for a minute and i pushed my brakes when it happend and they seem fine. Does anyone know what this could be? Any help is greatly appreciated.

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There are a little clip that the brake pads slide onto, they may have come loose and be grinding on the rotor if there are little scratches around the outer inch of your rotor. 

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Your rear brake warning clip is telling you you pads are getting low only if you have 4 wheel disk brakes does this apply

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