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Old 12-05-2012, 01:53 PM   #1
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Brake squealing!!

I can't stand it anymore. I have replaced my pads to ceramic, put new rotors and hardware on and they still squeak! Anyone help?
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Have you allowed time to break them in?
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Old 12-05-2012, 02:23 PM   #3
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How long is that?
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Took mine a couple weeks before the squeeling went away
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Ill give it one more week since I changed them before thanksgiving. But it squeaks when they get warm and when I give medium braking power. When I brake hard it goes away but when they get warm they start to squeak
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did you lube all the slides and any part of the pad making contact with the caliper? if not that'll make them squeal like a pig.
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did you lube all the slides and any part of the pad making contact with the caliper? if not that'll make them squeal like a pig.
Yeah I did but ill do it again. It can't hurt
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what brand brake pads btw? when i did my last brake swap i used some cheap ceramics and well they squealed so i ordered some Hawk pads online and they are doing great
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what brand brake pads btw? when i did my last brake swap i used some cheap ceramics and well they squealed so i ordered some Hawk pads online and they are doing great
They're dura last ceramic pads on oreillys brand rotors.
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when you put the rotors on did you completely spray them down with brake parts cleaner and wipe the shipping oil off?
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Yes sir. I have done everything except replace the rotor. I'm thinking get new hardware and re oil the slides
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worse case scenario go to autozone and tell them they squeal like crazy and you want to swap...see if another pair does better
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I'm not sure if I should return the oreillys rotors or autozone pads?
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