You put new pads on unturned rotors? ALWAYS turn the rotors when installing new pads. With out the fresh surface to mate to, the new pads will conform to the old surface of the rotors, and develop hard lining. In other words a fine layer of crystalized pad is created when against the smooth surface of unturned rotors causing squeaking. To correct this you have to have the rotors turned and the new pads scuffed with 300-400 grit sand paper then cleaned with brake parts cleaner and a wire brush to remove any sand.
Last edited by Starmavin; 06-18-2007 at 11:42 PM.