Question about 1997 Buick Park Avenue
Disc brakes have a tendency to do this as they are usually a semi-metallic composition. They built up a "glaze" over time and that causes the squealing. You can take them off and sand off the glaze but it will come back.
Try this... Go out in an open parking lot with no cars around and drive at 35-40 mph then brake hard. Do this a couple of times and it will TEMPORARILY remove the glaze.
Next time you buy new brakes ask for a non-metallic composition brake...
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: electric brake control module??
the way our taking seem like bad alternator it doesnt charge enought so you drive on battery only so everything is dimmer when you press the brake its worst you ask even more power from the battery to a point were battery died that why it doesnt start you it FIXYA our problem thanks pierre
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
The problem is the car think the park brake is on (intermittently). I would check the park brake switch, perhaps it's loose, or perhaps the park brake is pushed down to the first "click" spot. Also check the wiring connection to the switch, and the wiring nearby. Good luck!
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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