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how do i fix this? it's getting really annoying and i want the squeaking to stop. or do i have to replace the calipers or the drum pads?
same thing happens for me. just try flushing out your front brakesmy mileage is about 8000. i dont know if its coming from the front or rear. and yes it squeaks when i press the brake pedal. but i do notice that when i press on the brakes hard, there's no sqeaking. just when i press on it medium.
no direct relation to the brakes/rotors. your problem is most likely cause by glazing of brake pads due by hard braking (overheating). imo resurfacing rotor even before 50k miles is a waste of money, unless your really a stop and go type of guy. this should be covered under warrantythe thing is i dropped my car with megan springs. i heard after reconstructing your car, it voids the warranty. so idk how i'd tell the dealership to resurface my brakes.
where did you get the megans? ive been looking for them!the thing is i dropped my car with megan springs. i heard after reconstructing your car, it voids the warranty. so idk how i'd tell the dealership to resurface my brakes.
If it's not covered under warranty, you can always de-glaze the rotor and pad surfaces yourself with some emery-cloth. Almost 50,000km/31000miles on mine with no noises (I clean/lubricate twice a year - spring and fall).I talked to my dealership about it and they said if i have them remove the glaze and resurface my brakes, the glaze will just come back again no matter what. so the next question was if my warranty covered this and the guy on the phone told me it wouldnt. and the worst thing about it is paying $110 to resurface and take out the glaze. so im hella pissed right now since my warranty doesnt cover it.