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After driving over a speedbump or pothole, I will sometimes hear a "squeak, sqeak, squeak " coming from the back wheels, or it may be just the back passenger side wheel. It's been doing that on occasion for the past few months, ever since I took a long road trip. Now the break light is occassionally coming on while I'm driving, for maybe a few seconds then it goes off. It does not coincide with the squeaking. It's just random.

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Could be your shock absorbers , push down on both sides of the back wing , so push down and let go to see if both sides go up and down the same amount of times . Is one side more bouncy than the other Break light switch on the break peddle might need adjusting so check that , or use a multimeter on your back light good luck colin

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