Having problems with your 2004 Chevrolet Malibu ?

There is a squicky annoying noise coming from the brakes everytime i hit them. it has been going on for like a month now. what could be the solution?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 26-10-2020

Answers :

Hi,....On your brake pads their are small metal tabs which are sensors. When your brakes get to a certain wear point the metal tab will rub on the brake rotor causing a squicking noise. In the beginning it will happen when applying your brakes. With more wear they will constantly squeal. The purpose of these sensors is to alert you that it's time to have your brakes serviced (replacing pads). have your brakes inspected as soon as you can. Not doing so will cause damage and even possibly your brakes to fail. I hope this helped you out. It would be appreciated if you could rate my answer. Thanks..............MIKE-
This is most likely a warning coming from your brakes that the pads need replacing.
\015\012There is a device in the brake pads which squeaks/squeals when the pad wears doen to a certain point.
\015\012The noise will eventually go away, but so will your brakes. It's time to have them serviced.
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