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When I push on my mustang's brake pedal you can hear a noise that I would describe as a worn out spring. The noise can be heard from inside the car and is loud outside the car. Sounds like a creaky spring that needs oil or something. What is going on?

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Is it drum brakes in the rear and is that where the noise is coming from? If so, the baking plate behind the shoes may need lubed and be adjusted properly.

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