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  • Bingdong Cai
    Signs You Need New Brake Pads
    1. You hear a squealing noise. Picture this: You're out driving with the radio off and the windows rolled up. ...
    2. You hear a clicking noise. ...
    3. Bringing the car to a stop takes more time than it used to. ...
    4. The nose of your car pulls to one side when you brake. ...
    5. The brake pedal vibrates when pressed.
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