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When I release my brake pedal there is an annoying squeek comming from the front of the car??? Why is this? Anyone else with this issue? I am thinkin it might be somthin in the line or maybe just need to shoot the pedal eare awith some WD40?
 

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Yup... I have this problem too... comes from the rear pass drum i thnk... there's a way to fix that in an email i got from newgmparts.com... i cant remember it, & cant get to it here @ home... if i remember & if i find it tomorrow i'll post it on here... its annoying... lol

and yes, we've got drums... LS/LT FTW, hahahaha
 

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good think u bumped this.... lemme look for that email!

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here it is:

NewGMParts.com
Newsletter
April 2009
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Dear Customers,

I would like to thank all of our new customers and everyone who has bought in the past.
Thank you for making NewGMParts.com a success.
Garry
e-marketing
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April Tech Tip

Squeak Noise on Brake Apply

2004-2007 Buick Rainier
2008 Buick Enclave
2004-2008 Chevrolet Colorado, TrailBlazer, TrailBlazer EXT, TrailBlazer SS
2008 Chevrolet Malibu
2009 Chevrolet Malibu (VIN position 11, 4 Orion MI. build with Build Date Prior to April 20, 2009)
2004-2008 GMC Canyon, Envoy, Envoy XL, Envoy XUV
2007-2008 GMC Acadia
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2007-2008 Saturn OUTLOOK
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2005-2008 Saab 9-7X
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Condition

Some customers may comment on a squeak noise when the brake pedal is applied or when released. This noise is normally heard when the brake pedal is slowly applied with the engine on or off, but can occur when the brake pedal is released. The noise may be isolated to the master cylinder area.
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Correction

To correct this concern, remove as much of the old brake fluid from the master cylinder as possible and refill with a new DOT 3 brake fluid, P/N 88862806 (in Canada, use P/N 88862807). Start the vehicle and fully cycle the brake pedal until the noise diminishes to allow the new fluid to enter the system.




Regards,

Garry Maw
e-marketing
NewGMParts.com



Not exactly sure if this works tho... or even if this is the same issue... but sounds almost the same
 
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