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Ceramic discs so they squeal until they’re warm

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WHAT IS CAUSING THIS SQUEALING NOISE IN MY CAR?


Sounds like a dragging brake pad. There is an adhesive that can be applied between the calipers and the pads. Or it may be time for a rear end brake change.

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Hi there. I have lexus rx300. A few days ago the brake light been going on and off when driving. So i took it to the dealer, then they only said the brake fluid was low, but if it happens again then we...


If the fluid level is again low, you are losing it; if not, the level sensor is likely bad. Lost fluid indicates a failed master or slave cylinder at one of the wheels. The squealing you are hearing isn't likely from the brakes but from a belt that needs replacement or at least tightened; the fact that is squeals when starting and in turns, indicates that the steering pump being driven by that belt is slipping a little under the stress of making turns. This often goes away once the engine room is warmed up since the belt rubber gains a little grip when warm which stops the squealing.

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2005 malibu brakes squeal after driving a short distance. Do not squeal when starting..


have the brakes inspected probably have metallic pads and they will squeak more at low temps or when starting off.









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Loud squeal when I drive.


You need new brake pads . it has a metal tip that squeals on the rotor when they are worn.

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Brakes squeal on startup of 2002 Suzuki Grand Vitara


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what about the wheel bearings they wont squeal going around a corner because the weight on them but they will while driving straight.

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Squealing noise whilst driving


it is the backing plate for your brakes. you need to take it to the shop and make them fix and not charge you. as it is their fault that it happend.


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Did you buy factory pads or get cheap aftermarket pads? If aftermarket did you get the ceramic? The cheap aftermarket ones tend to squeal pretty bad. Like the last comment on here, you should have your rotors turned whenever you change the pads.

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Squeal which sounds like it's underneath the car.


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