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Old 02-07-2006, 12:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys im getting a horrible squeeling sound from my rear wheel is it an indication that my pads are low or something rubbing dya reckon??
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When does it squeel? When you brake? When you are not braking? When you are accelerating? Is it very loud? Does the sound change while doing any of the above? Have you stuck a pig in your trunk recently that may have gotten lost? Answers to these questions will allow us to better answer your question.
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When does it squeel? When you brake? When you are not braking? When you are accelerating? Is it very loud? Does the sound change while doing any of the above? Have you stuck a pig in your trunk recently that may have gotten lost? Answers to these questions will allow us to better answer your question.
just when driving, faster it goes quieter it gets, makes no difference when i break and its loud enough to hear over my exhaust and engine and cant see nothing out of the ordinary either
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wheel bearing / cv joints are my wager
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agreed, wheel bearings.

check the 4 rubber boots of your axle universal joints (CV) from the diff to your wheels, see if any are cracked or torn up & leaking (or rather, slinging) grease, if so, replace that axle.
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+1 for wheel bearing.
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wheel bearings?

My wheels were screeching too, but in the front, and I thought it was the brake pads and the rotors needing to be replaced.
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