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  • Adam Yusoff
    Normal New Brake Squeal

    Likewise, overnight condensation accumulating on the metal rotors can create surface rust that requires a few braking occurences in the morning to wipe away. These parts can make a squeaking noise when covered with surface rust. The noise should subside as you drive.
    7 Sept 2020
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