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Has anyone out there ever heard that it is normal for a 2005 Chevy Impala brakes to squeak loudly?

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Yes,if you have metallic brake pads on car,while braking they will squeal,there good quality brakes but noisy,unless there sqeaking all the time without applying the brakes,if thats the case it could mean your at min. wear on brakes and their due!

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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You brakes are no longer any good. Most times, the squeaking and rubbing noises are caused by brake pad wear, but you say the brakes are fine. Otherwise, if by constant rotation speed you mean the squeaking/rubbing noise is present even when the brakes are not applied, you might want to get the wheel bearing inspected.
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