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Why Are My Brakes Squeaking?

If your brakes are squeaking, it's likely because the pads need to be replaced. When brake pads wear down, they can start to make a squealing noise. If the pads are not replaced, the metal backing plate can start to grind against the rotor, causing even more noise. In some cases, the caliper can also become damaged and will need to be replaced. If you're hearing a grinding noise, it's important to have your brakes checked as soon as possible to avoid costly repairs.

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