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Brake Noises


It is common to hear some minor squeeking from your brakes, but do you know when it’s too much? Brake dust can build up and cause some squeeking. Keeping your wheels and brakes clean can help, but sometimes it’s unavoidable. Have your pads checked at all services (oil changes, tires, etc) and you should not have any problems. If you hear grinding or squeeking even when you are not using the brakes, get to your mechanic and have it checked out.

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Posted: 16th January 2006  |  Author: Kevin Schappell  |  Category: Brakes

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