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Noise from rear brakes when not applied but pads and rotors are like new.

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Did you check the emergency brakes? The rear rotors have drum brakes on the inside. You may have to loosen the adjustment to get the rotor off.

They will try your patience. Even brake shops miss the diagnosis. Hard to very hard to replace the mounting springs.

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