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Back right wheel has swecking noise in it - 1992 Honda Accord

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Squeaking or squealing noises are most commonly caused by worn brake pads or shoes. On occasion it could be a wheel hub or bearing, but these normally make more of a whining noise.

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Could be a bad bearing or loose brake parts aeither Way Caution get it looked at ASAP as this is a Dangerous situation.

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