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REAR BREAK PADS NOISY

I HAVE BOUGHT A USED POLO 1.4 FROM MCARTHY IN DURBAN AND MY REAR BREAK PADS ARE NOISY. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE TO REPLACE THEM ALTHOUGH I HAVE AN AA FORM SHOWINH THAT THE BREAKS WERE CHECKED.

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Hello , it seems that you need a new break pads , and if you an form that showing that the breaks were checked , so the dealer is responsible for changing it , i hope i helped you , and thank you for using fixya.

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