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Old 04-03-08, 04:45 AM
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right turn

Folks;
I have a 2000 chrysler 300m. I had a brake noise problem
that was fixed using diy advise. The brakes are fine now
but when I make a right turn I get a squeling noise.The
vehicle has 75,000 miles and has never had any front end work done.Everything is still factory installed. This only happens when I turn right. Thank you in advance for your
help with this problem Ron
 
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Old 04-03-08, 06:00 AM
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could be several things...without more detail it's hard to rule out anything at this point. have the brake pads been replaced? if not, might be time for a brake job...they're supposed to squeal when the pads get low on materiel. could be the dust shield too close to the rotor and touches on turns. the dust shield is that tin shield on the inside of the rotor...you can easily reposition it for more clearance with a screw driver or with your hand if you are underneath the car.
 
 

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