Question about Chrysler Concorde
The most common cause for this type of condition is when the caliper and backing surface of the pads are properly lubricated to prevent squeal, the procedure is as follows;
Lubricate both the caliper mating surface and the machined abutment surfaces with multi-purpose lubricant.
Before brake pad installation, be sure to lightly coat the outer backing plate surface of the new brake pads with a disc brake pad anti-squeal lubricant, usually a gel-like material that deadens any high-frequency vibration that can be the source of disc brake squeal.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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