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I have a suzuki wagon r that is squealing alot! Have checked the front brakes and belt and all is fine. Squeaking stops if I touch brake pedal slightly but then continues!

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SOURCE: Back Wheel Squeaking - Rotors and Brakes

If it isn't the brake pad worn out, then it is the brake backing/dust guard sheet metal shield ( AKA backing plate), take a suitable device like a large screwdriver and bend the backing plate away from the rotor. Problem solved.

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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SOURCE: rear brakes locking up with slight touch of brake pedal.

Most of the time with the rear brakes locking up the brake drums are warpped. If you remove the rear brake drums and take them to almost any auto parts store (Napa, Checkers ect.) they will turn the drums for about $10 a piece.

After you have the drums turned you will need to readjust the rear brakes.

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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SOURCE: brakes fade when coming to a final stop 1998 Chevrolet silverado

this is the coming problem with '98 chevy trucks. abs system failure. you might need to replace complete abs unit and properly bleed your brakes. before you replace abs control unit you should pull the abs codes.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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SOURCE: 850 volvo has squeal when clutch pedal not depressed

THE PROBLEM IS MOST LIKELY A WORN-OUT THROWOUT BEARING

Posted on May 08, 2009

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SOURCE: '96 Toyota 4-Runner makes a loud squealing noise and brake light

Sounds like one of the auxillary belts slipping it may just need tightening up. I think the 4-Runner has two belts one large and one for the steering pump

Posted on May 13, 2009

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