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Just did the brakes, new pads and resurfaced rotors. But now its squealing like there worn. What gives?
 

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Big Boi said:
Just did the brakes, new pads and resurfaced rotors. But now its squealing like there worn. What gives?
dirty rotors...or

did you put some goop (anti squeel) behind the pads also?
 

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Put some disc brake quiet on the back of the pads, the brake dust is resonating between the disc and pads
 

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jdosuna said:
I have the same problem. I bought the semi metallic at Autozone. Next time i think i am going to buy the Mopar brake pads.
I'm not sure Mopar would be any better. My truck squealed from the factory for the first 5k miles until I couldn't stand it anymore. I removed the pads and applied some anti-squeal lube and reinstalled them - no more squeal.
 

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Its the metalic pads. Im returning them tomorrow and getting ceramic.
 

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No its not! I bought ceramics from Bennet Auto Supply and they still rub. Could the pads be too thick?
 

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The brake squeal stopped on my truck. I bought a small red bottle at autozone that is a silicon base. I placed the stuff behind the pads and where ever there was metal to meta contact. I used the same pads and stopped the squealing. I guess the grease that is provided is not good enough to prevent the squeal. You should try it if it continues squealing.
 
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