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  • Daeny Baha
    When your brake fluid is dirty or low, it isn't able to depress your brake pads as efficiently as it should. This can cause uneven wear or even damage to your brake pads, which can cause grinding, squeaking, or squealing noises when you use your brakes.5 Jul 2020
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