Question about 2004 Chevrolet Aveo
Worn rotors/pads, and a lack of lubrication, on the brake cylinder, and anti-squeel shims.
Either whip the wheels off and have a look, yourself.
Or, alternatively, get a mechanic to look at it for you.
There ya go, Fixed'Ya!
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