Car or Truck Squeaks and Squeals While Turning? Quickly Identify Brake Pad Wear and What Causes It

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Published on 23 Jul 2022, 20:01
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Do you hear squeaking or squealing from your car or truck while driving? In this video, Len shows you how to check out old worn brakes to see where the noise is coming from, and what is causing it! This video has tons of great information about how brakes wear out and start making noise, so that you can do the same inspection on your car or truck at home, and find out what you need to replace! And remember, if you are going to replace brake stuff on one side of your vehicle, make sure to do it to the other side too!

0:00 Car or Truck Squeaks and Squeals While Turning? Quickly Identify Brake Pad Wear and What Causes It
1:25 Replacing brakes on only one side leaves you open to all sorts of problems!
2:38 Spin the rotor with the wheel on and then off to locate noises
3:08 Inspect the brake rotor for rust buildup and uneven braking surface
3:43 Inspect the brake caliper and hose for restrictions
3:56 Remove the brake caliper to inspect the brake pads in the caliper bracket
5:30 Look for deformed brake pad clips contacting the rotor
5:53 Inspect the brake caliper sliders for restricted movement
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🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• Pry Bar
• Complete Metric Socket Set
• Ratchet
• Floor Jack
• Jack Stands
• Pick
• Wheel Chocks


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