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Check your brake wear indicators and brake pads TheThey make a racket when the rub against the rear disks. If it's the indicators, it will be a loud annoying metal on metal squeal. If it's the pads down to metal, it will be a grinding noise, and you will most likely have to replace the rear disk.
Check your brake wear indicators and brake pads TheThey make a racket when the rub against the rear disks. If it's the indicators, it will be a loud annoying metal on metal squeal. If it's the pads down to metal, it will be a grinding noise, and you will most likely have to replace the rear disk.
 
Also, grease any fittings you can find. Do not use solvent like WD-40 or PB Blaster as those are penetrants and will take lube away. In addition, if your bolts are loose and causing the creaking on suspension parts, you will be well to go around and tighten them. If you find a rusted one rubbing on a bushing, remove it, clean it and coat it with anit-seize lubricant before putting it back together.
 
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Frank

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Check your brake wear indicators and brake pads The make a racket when the rub against the rear disks. If it's the indicators, it will be a loud annoying metal on metal squeal. If it's the pads down to metal, it will be a grinding noise, and you will most likely have to replace the rear disk.
 
Also, grease any fittings you can find. Do not use solvent like WD-40 or PB Blaster as those are penetrants and will take lube away. In addition, if your bolts are loose and causing the creaking on suspension parts, you will be well to go around and tighten them. If you find a rusted one rubbing on a bushing, remove it, clean it and coat it with anit-seize lubricant before putting it back together.
Also, grease any fittings you can find. Do not use solvent like WD-40 or PB Blaster as those are penetrants and will take lube away. In addition, if your bolts are loose and causing the creaking on suspension parts, you will be well to go around and tighten them. If you find a rusted one rubbing on a bushing, remove it, clean it and coat it with anit-seize lubricant before putting it back together.
 
Let us know.
 
Frank

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Check your brake wear indicators and brake pads  The make a racket when the rub against the rear disks.  If it's the indicators, it will be a loud annoying metal on metal squeal.  If it's the pads down to metal, it will be a grinding noise, and you will most likely have to replace the rear disk.

Also, grease any fittings you can find.  Do not use solvent like WD-40 or PB Blaster as those are penetrants and will take lube away.

Let us know.

Frank

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open