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Well i have brand new brakes all the way around. When i hit the brakes i hear a click and them it starts to rub for a few seconds.

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Matt,
Did you do the brakes or a mechanic?
If you did, chances are that the back one were not adjusted enough.
Did you replace rotor and drums? when adjustin the back brakes, you should slightly hear the hub lightly rubbing on pads. That will go soon
Front ones are self adjustin, but how were the glide pins, did you lub them with a graphite base grease.
Now if your mechanic did the job... wait for a day or so and the listen to them again

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Go to your auto store they have gel for brake chatter.who did your brakes did'nt apply this it goes on the steal part of the pads ,this stopps slipping,now for the rubbing thats ok it well soon stop.were the disk smooth or were there grooves in the disk were they turned or replaced and do you have a warrenty still?If some one fixed your brakes take it back .

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