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2003 Hyundai Accent Rear Brake Noise

Is it normal for 2003 hyundai accent rear brakes to make a squeaky spring sound when the brake pedal is depressed and when it is released? Is it a problem?

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The rear shoes need to be cleaned and adjusted. nothing to worry about unless it annoys you too much.

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