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Rear screech when braking.

For the past week, I had this loud screech coming from the rear every time I press on the brakes, and sometimes when I let go of the brakes, there's a loud screech too. My uncle diagnosed it as the brake pads, but I'm wondering how come when I let go up the brakes, there's a screech too?

Anyone had this problem before?
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Re: Rear screech when braking.

every brake pad has a wear indicator that starts screeching once the pad is worn down enough so it'll screech regardless if you're braking or not.
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Re: Rear screech when braking.

Ok, I guess I'm ordering new rear brake pads!
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Re: Rear screech when braking.

The most important thing you can do before you do anything - is get an inspection. Sears Auto will do a brake inspection for free.

Usually when the pads are low enough for the wear sensors to squeal, they squeal all the time, except when braking.
Squealing only when braking and letting off the pedal is usually glazed rotors (which can be fixed by wire brushing off the glaze or turning them).
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Re: Rear screech when braking.

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Re: Rear screech when braking.

^^ A waste of money for the rears, Honda OEM or an OEM equivalent will do the job fine.
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Re: Rear screech when braking.

It screetches after you release the brakes bc when applying the brakes that the pads get pushed towards the rotors and when you release the brake pedal that in a short few secs that the pads slowly backoff from the rotor and that's why you still have the screeching sound. Remember that the pads are pressured by fluids n that once the brake pedal is released that the fluids used to apply the pressure on the pads are also the ones to retract the pads but slowly.

But yea you should def have them pads checked out!!!
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Re: Rear screech when braking.

Brake pad wear indicators ftw!
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