[DML] Re: Brakes Squeaking deuce
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[DML] Re: Brakes Squeaking deuce



John, I had the same exact problem you describe.  Try just replacing 
the shims and pads and see if that helps.

Johnny
5518


> Well, I thought it would be advantageous if I explained more of the 
squeaking 
> from hell-
> 
> There won't be much for squeaking for a little while, and then the 
squeaking 
> starts. This, I can assume, is caused by the rotors heating up. 
> 
> The squeaking isn't a solid squeak, it is more like a squeak that 
sounds 
> intermittently, constantly. I guess it would be a certain part of 
the disc. I 
> believe this is only happening on the front brakes, but I can't 
really tell if it 
> isn't a rear or two.
> 
> With this, I was just wondering if it would be fixed by buying the 
pads and 
> anti-squeak shims, or if I would have to buy new rotors, also. From 
reading 
> previous posts, could the handbrake cables play a part in this also?
> 
> Thanks for the help.
> John
> 4275
> 
> 
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]




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