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My 2006 Honda accord is making a tweet noise when in drive but my foot is on the brake. It stops doing it when I put it in park. What could this be?

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Your brake pads will be low and will require replacing. the tweet you hear is a small amount of metal built into the pads. when it wears to this amount, metal on metal contact occurs giving you this audible noise. Replace immediately before damage to the discs occur

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