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Long, slow braking is producing noise intermittently. Doesn't happen every day, but when it does the car has been driven for about 15 minutes. Dealer hasn't heard it, therefore 'no problem'. They say the pads have lots left and the brakes were just dirty. They cleaned them, but problem persits. Noise happens at the end of the braking and varies from a small short noise to a loud, long one.

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If i understand this right the brakes skweeks,and if so you remove the pads and mount anti skweek plates between the pistong and the pads,i guess you kan find this at the local dealer and are fixed in 30 minutes.

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Check the steering column and control arm bushings. this car is notorious for this problem! **** GM lemon

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