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While coasting getting a "loud squeaking noise" almost like a scraping noise. When in reverse it is MUCH worse

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This is probably the brake pad wear indicator telling you that it is time for brake pad replacement.This device scrapes on the rotor surface when the pads wear down to a certain thickness.

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