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Car has a funny sound when braking

My 2003 Toyota Camry seems to have a funny sound when braking. Kind of hard to describe

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Got to ask yourself if you have had the pads replaced in the last 30 to 50thou miles. Most likely you have a wear indicator that is doing exactly what its suppose to do. Remind you its time to get a brake inspection.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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That sound most likely is the brake pad. it has an indicator on it to tell you to change your brakes.

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