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Car is squealing persistently from rear right tire

My 1991 Honda Accord is squealing persistently when driving by the rear right-hand tire. The squealing stops when the brakes are applied. It stops for a hard left turn, and continues again when driving straight. Squealing does not stop for a right turn.

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Had the same thing happen. sorry i dont know the terminology here, but i pulled off the wheel, turned out the thinish metal plating on the wheel assembly was rubbing against the disk. i simply straightened it out to fix the prob.

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Pull the wheel,you will find that the brake pad,or after pulling the drum,the shoes are in bad shpe,if not ,check the wheel bearing,but my bet is the shoes,or pads are bad,do A brake job,it will most likely be the problem.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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