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Alright so the first problem is that my brakes sqeak everytime I let off the break at low speeds. I know that is a common problem and I would just like to know if there is anything I can do for it by myself.

Second, my rear wheels (I believe the rear passenger) makes a sqeaking noise every so often and more often when I hit small bumps.

I don't want to take it to a shop so if anyone can tell me something I could do it would be greatly appreciated.
 

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i think almost everyone's brakes squeak... my advice is to wear em out and them get better ones.

btw, where in bucks county... my gf lives in richboro and i used to live in cheltenham
 

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I had a similar problem, it took a long time searching before I found out that it was the connection of the passanger side rear seat where the release latch is to lay it down. If I release the seat and lay it down the noise stopped. Try this, its worth a try. It took me a few months to figure out. I swore it was the suspension or something but I'll be damned it was something so small.
 

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gitar111 said:
i think almost everyone's brakes squeak... my advice is to wear em out and them get better ones.

btw, where in bucks county... my gf lives in richboro and i used to live in cheltenham
I live in the Doylestown Area in Central Bucks.

And I will try that rear seat lay down trick, I would never have thought of that so I hope it works. Now did you fix the connection or just have it lay down all the time?
 

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Maybe you could hit it with a touch of grease Joe...
 
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