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Old 08-06-2012, 02:48 PM   #1
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Squeek coming from drivers rear

Just replaced wheel bearing replaced brake hardware still have a squeak coming from it and now the lug nuts are extremely hot idk what it is anyone got any ideas it's a 2000 gt
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Just replaced wheel bearing replaced brake hardware still have a squeak coming from it and now the lug nuts are extremely hot idk what it is anyone got any ideas it's a 2000 gt
If the wheel is hot maybe a stuck brake caliper. It could be the e-brake is stuck too. Had that happen to my 01 GT had to adjust it, that requires you to take the center console out to get too.
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Just replaced wheel bearing replaced brake hardware still have a squeak coming from it and now the lug nuts are extremely hot idk what it is anyone got any ideas it's a 2000 gt
Might want to check your calipers pistons, they sound like they might be seizing up, my passenger rear is doing the same
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Could be a bad wheel bearing
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Could be a bad wheel bearing
He says he just replaced it
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When I had my brakes done they said they replaced them but they still make a quiet sloshing /grinding noise
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It's a bent wheel and a bent axle shaft
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