Question about 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I just bought a 2003 grand jeep cherokee larado. I has a constant loud squeek in the driver's side rear wheel. One mech. replaced rotor, brakes 2X, brake kit w/springs; still squeeking. One mech. said bent axle shaft, nobody else believes this. Another said problem w/after market rotor & something about needing to mic out a whole? And another said maybe prob. w/e-brake. So far spent $400 and still have problem.
I know this sounds funny but something similar happened to me while driving my mustang on and off squeeking. i had so many people look at it new shocks everything still squeeking. finally mr muffler looked at it it was these 2 bolts in the trunk grinding on eachother. check your trunk.
Posted on Oct 19, 2012
Cheap pads will squeak or it might need to be backed off on the adjustment
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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