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When brakes are pressed your hear a grinding noise and squealing noise. no pulling to one side.

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I had this with my front break pads specially when it rains. I had the break pads replace. Branded pads works better.

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Check the pads that they are not digging into the rotors or if they are not worn out and there is a metal to metal contact.

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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Bear tracker squealing noise when trying to start after running it goes away help please it sat for a year before got rear end fixed


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If so, a bearing -or track - usually makes a grinding or knocking noise, not a squealing noise.

If a car stands for a long time the brake rotors can corrode a bit and the pads can stick. Sometimes, when the car is first used after standing, you may hear a rubbing or squealing noise from the wheel. That's the pads sticking to a rusty rotor. The noise may wear off after a few miles when the pads 'polish' the corrosion off the rotor.

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Did you check the front shields also. Had a lady going into a tizzy one time with pretty much the same problem. Squealing when turning only one way. I took it for a quick drive and pulled it into the shop. Took off the front wheel where I thought the offending sound was coming from.

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