squeaking sound in Brake-2007 toyota xle v6

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Asked by Nov 26, 2012 at 06:41 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry XLE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just had my brake pads changed but now each time i step on it, it makes a squeaking sound. Please
what do u think is the matter. I initially toy it might be water that got in but it hasn't rained in a while
and the noise is still there.

5 Answers

Dis you do all four? And if so, there should have been a little plastic container of stuff that goes on them when you bought the pads. It's not a lubricant but some kind of stuff to prevent squealing

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Most brakes will squeak if your applying brakes and just creeping forward. If it squeaks all the time could be wear indicator, rock or debris on brake or glazed rotors.

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ahh yes the squeaky breaks some cars it's only Break Dust & U try blowing it out I've done same thing had all breaks done & rotors & feel ur ear pain..

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Do you know what kind of brake pads they put on your car? Maybe ceramic brakes pads as the suck for squeaking. I had them put on one time and never again. People have been using OEM pads for as many years as they have been making cars. Works good.

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Toyota are noisy pads they do have shim kit for the back of pads Also. There is anti squeal Stuff Spray on the pads it all helps but cAmrys have a heavy ft end I hate to say it you gotta live with A little.h

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