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Front break wont stop squeaking - 1994 Chevrolet S-10

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If you have pads that are making noise and they have alot pad left if you can take the pads off and clean the with a peice of sand paper on flat ground and just run it back and forth enough to resurface pad.Clean the pads with brake cleaner.soapy water will also work and let em dry before you reinstalled.

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''''''''''DO NOT PUT BACK IN GGEAR UNTILL U HAVE CAME TO A COMPLEAT STOP'''''''
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