Rear brake shoe squeak?
This ONLY occurs early in the morning if it has gotten cold outside and when it rains. I had them replaced a few months back and this wasnt happening at all. I checked them and they seem fine. But like i said, they only squeak in the morning or when it rains. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
- jim mLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
take the shoes off and sand the corners that should stop it
- gibbyguysLv 41 decade ago
That is usually due to condensation build up between the brake shoes and the drums. Were the drums turned?
- AlterfemegoLv 71 decade ago
You might take the vehicle back for a mechanic to check them out. Better safe than sorry.
- d_cider1Lv 61 decade ago
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- billyLv 61 decade ago
They are just dirty. When it rains dirt and water splashes up on them and they dry out leaving the dirt. It won't hurt anything but they can be cleaned easily.