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Squealing noise coming from from wheels of my 2.7crd grand cherokee

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    check your brake wear sensors they may be touching the rotors...if so change the pads.

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Have them check your brake pads

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On my 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee, As i break it squeaks when im coming to a stop. all my Breaks are new and i have Checked the break fluid its filled up, Why is this still happening??


The rotors are probably glazed. This happens over time. The rotors and drums need to be turned to take the glaze off. If you want to double check this out, then remove a wheel and take some steel wool or crocus cloth and rub the rotor until it's dull.Rub in the direction of travel. If you do one wheel it should diminish the squealing and you'll know for sure. Hope this helps.

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My abs light comes on and off and when its off loud noise coming from brakes its a 1994 jeep grand cherokee


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My 97 jeep grand cherokee makes a chirping sound under front


The noise and the light may or may not be related. The noise may be the wear indicator on the brake pads touching the rotor (they are supposed to do that when brakes are worn) The abs light triggers off a wheel on the axle end. If you have a bad joint on the axle, it could be noisy and causing the wheel to not have the proper clearance to the abs sensor. You really need to take the wheel and brake assembly off and carefully inspect everything. Make sure all abs sensor wires are undamaged...it doesn't have to be at the same wheel that's chirping.

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