Brake Pad Wear

Brake Pad Wear: When brake pads wear down, a wear indicator may start to squeal against the rotor, signaling it's time for replacement. Brake Dust: Accumulated brake dust can cause squeaking. Cleaning the brakes or driving to burn off excess dust might help. Moisture or Weather: Humidity or rain can cause temporary squeaking until the brakes dry out. Rotor Condition: Uneven rotor wear or rust buildup can create squeaks as the pads contact the surface. Quality of Brake Pads: Low-quality brake pads may squeak more frequently than higher-quality ones. #automotive#brakeservice#automotiverepairs#brakesystems

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