2007 toyota camry xle v6

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Asked by Nov 12, 2012 at 02:06 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry XLE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Please what could the brakes squeak when you step on them. Also what is the solution because i just
had the brake pads changed about a month ago.

3 Answers

Dis you do all four? Front brakes do 70% of stopping. Your XLE has 4-wheel disc brakes, and there are products available, aerosol cans that claim will stop squeaking and not "lubricate" the brakes and reduce stopping friction. Spray some on the rotors, just a little bit, but read labels!! make sure you have the right stuff before you spray anything on your brakes

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its just dust on the brakes but i know how you feel because it is annoying.

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Toyota have anti squake shims kits Make sure they we're put back or replaced Because of the semi metallic pad and the weight transfer Always going to get a little noise when you change pads you schould Resurface or replace your rotors depends on how you drive

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