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On my 1995 toyota Camry the disc brakes are screeching when I hit them.


hi any kind of screeching noise normally means uve got a metal on metal contact so i wd say u probally need ur pads changing also the rust that forms is totally normal when not used for a while goodluck

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I recently had the brake pads of my 2007 Kia Picanto replaced because the front brakes were making an irritating metal-to-metal screeching sound. Now, it still makes a sound whenever I step on the brake. ...


If the rotors were not turned when the pads were replaced, then it is true. Also, if the pads are not the correct material for the car )i.e. Metallic, Semi-Metallic) then they will squeak. Also, there is a sensor that may be bent that touches the rotor in order to notify you the pads are getting low, and that may need adjusting (just needs to be bent out a little bit). Check you invoice for the pad repair and make sure the rotors were turned, if not return the car to the location you had the pads replaced and ask why they weren't. Let me know if I can help you any further.

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When i drive my car it sounds like there is a screeching noise,possibly metal rubbing on metal coming from the drivers side tire area..it stops when i press my breaks though..there is also a clunking noise...


Squeeking sounds when the brake pads is almost totaly worn out. This is a factory desirng as a warning device. have the brake pads replaced @ the same time have the the other abnormal sound checked.

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Screeching sounds possibly to do with breaks?


garages, but not all of them will put on the cheapest pads that they can find and charge a premium price. I did this once! because the boss told me too. the car came back for rattling and squealing. I replaced the pads with the premium ones and they never returned with this problem. from then on I only used premium pads.

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My brakes makes noise when start the car and stops after sometime


What type of sound is it first off? It could just be brake dust. Alot of people dont know that brake pads have a little metal piece on them thats sort of like a sensor,when the pads wear down past a certain point the little metal piece starts to scrap the rotor which will make a screeching noise.The more the pad wears down the louder and more annoying the sound becomes.

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After car wash, brakes made a screeching noise. How do I get rid of this? It sounds like metal rubbing against metal so I haven't moved it.


SOUNDS LIKE U HAVE METALLIC PADS. TOTALLY NORMAL. THE PADS WILL BED IN AND THE SCREECHING SOUND WILL GO AWAY. SUGGEST U GET A BETTER NON-METALLIC PAD INSTALLED IF U DON'T WANT TO HEAR SCREECHING NOISES EVERY TIME THE PADS GET WET. I'M ALSO ASSUMING U HAVE NO MORE THAN 50,000 MILES ON THE PADS AND THE PADS AND DISCS ARE IN GOOD SHAPE.

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its the brake pad wear indicator telling you your pads are in need of replacing

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Screeching noise coming from driver side tire


The high pitch sound may come from the brake pads as metal parts hit the disc to signal the owner that it needs change. The metal parts gets exposed when the pads have worn out. The brake also has a hub to cover the disc. See if the metal plate is hitting it but this issue would appear when the wheels are in motion. Check if it is the belts, have the tension checked out. Other than that the bearings are the other items on your wheel that could cause a high pitched sound when you car is in motion.

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How to install rear bumperr


there are two ten mm bolts that hold up the two corners of the bumper followed by a dozen or so push pin type plastic clips remove the two tens and pull the centers out of all the plastic clips and remove the lower halves, the bumper then has a plastic bracket on each side that if pulled straight back will slide right off, as for the sheet metal reapir you can either buy a cheap bodymans slide hammer and drill and pull where it needs or if there is damage to the bumper rebar ( metal bar under cover) you can get a ratcheting "come along" and set the ebrake and chain the other end to a tree, and pull it that way .sounds like you may even be able to use a big sledge hammer and knock the trunck back out also -jeff

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