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2002 mitsubishi gallant

Excessive brake/ wheel noise although nothing appears to be wrong with the brake pads. I have read many posts with similar problems but no solutions. What will fix this

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There are several ways to fix the brake noise. You can take your rotors and get them "turned" or you can simply buy the lubricant they sell for brakes. If its the wheel making the noise it will more then likely be the bearing. And that unfortunately usually has to be pressed in, but once in a while the hub will have bolts and you can replace the whole thin, bearing included. Hope this helps.

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