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Old 06-25-2013, 10:10 PM
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You can go to any auto parts store and ask them for anti squeal for brakes. Take the brake pads off and smear it on the back side of the pads. It usually comes in these small packs for about 2 dollars each. I had the same problem with another truck that I used to own. It's caused by a vibration between the caliper and the pad. I'm really not sure exactly how it stops the squeal, but it does. When ever I buy new brake pads the auto parts people always remind me to get some. Good luck.
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