Question about 2000 Mazda MPV
Several possibilities, You could have worn out brake pads or a brake pad scratcher telling you it is time. You could have bad wheel bearings. If you back into parking spaces till you bump the curb, you could have broken or bent suspension bushings. Could just be one dry shock absorber. Could be an automatic brake adjuster that is set too tight causing brake pad glazing/squeaking. If it happens when you bounce it is suspension. If it happens when you roll its Brake/bearing.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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