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Old 05-19-2013, 04:15 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by mst504 View Post
I've dealt with a bad squealing Front Passenger Brake for months, thinking it was the pads (Posi Quiet Ceramic) I upgraded pads (Hawk Ceramic) last week.
When the shop pulled the old pads (only a couple thousand miles on them) they found that the pad wear was very uneven, almost like just a corner was touching the rotor.

We swapped pads anyway, and the brake squeal is continuing, not nearly as bad, but it is still there.

Any suggestions on what I should do? I'm tempted to take it to a dealership, but I don't think the brakes are still under warranty, along with the fact that I have aftermarket pads and rotors.

Note, that both sets of pads are/were ceramic, and the brakes did not squeal with the original (factory) pads, and rotors until the pads were nearly gone.
Roughly 22,000 - 23,000 miles on the car.
Hello mst504,

I would like to get involved here and investigate your issue a bit further. Could you private message me your VIN and current mileage? We can also explore possibly visiting a dealer for diagnosis and service.

Reggie B.
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