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It can be a brake pad wear indicator.

Check which wheel it's causing the noise.

Check the wear on the pad. Depending on the style of the rim,you may able to feel the distance between the rotor and the bottom of the brake pad.

Do not wait until the last minute!!!!

A warp rotor pair will cause you $120-$250!!!

Check it out now.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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