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Constant squeeking from drivers side rear wheel

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.

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  • vicaroo904 Oct 03, 2008

    Thought you might like to know, after 3 mech. They all finally agree, bent axle shaft. Runout .023 on drivers side. Rt axle also slightly bent. Also parking brake all froze up as well as rotors etc. Est. cost of repairs, $ 1883.00. Going to try to get dealership to help. No vibration just sl. flightiness. Boy did he see us coming!



    Thanks for trying.

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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.

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Cheap pads will squeak or it might need to be backed off on the adjustment

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