What might be the cause of a squeeking sound coming from the rear end

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Asked by Aug 30, 2012 at 11:05 AM about the 1998 Ford Mustang STD Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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17,245

brakes, wheel bearings, worn suspension bushings. Need more info to give accurate info

65

only hear it when I am driving 25 MPH or more..

6,435

Could also be a U-joint, does it do this backing up too? Does it feel as if your rotors are warped, could be a brake sqeek at 25mph+

17,245

does it change when the brakes are applied?

935

it sounds like ur differential or rear main seal...does it get louder as u go faster? and do u have any aftermarket parts in the drivetrain, like a new diff or driveshaft

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does not get louder at all..when I hit the brakes it quits which makes me think it is the indicators on the brakes.. no aftermarket parts are on the car at all

17,245

your brakes are most likely worn to the point of the wear indicatiors. They casue a squeeking sound. You brake pads or shoes need repleced.

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