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eclipseturbogsx
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eclipseturbogsx Mar 22, 9:24pm - #423305 

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squeeling brakes and creeking ebrake

everytime i rear or just rolling back then brake, my brakes makes a loud ass squeeling sound. It's so annoying and makes the celica sound cheap. Also when i pull up the ebrake when i'm parked, it creeks. I just don't like it. Do any of you guys have this problem? Any solutions? Please help. thanks.
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Eman Mar 22, 9:29pm - #423306 

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new brakes slap rofl

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drivethru1986 Mar 22, 11:09pm - #423307 

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i have the same problem...and i have an 04 GTS with less then 14K miles on it...dont fucking tell me i need breaks i will flip to hell angry

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eclipseturbogsx Mar 23, 12:07am - #423308 

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^^see...i'm in the same boat. I get mad as hell also. I know there is a cheap solution. I just need to figure it out. I use to only do it when it was cold outside. Now when it's hot, it still does it.
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drivethru1986 Mar 23, 12:09am - #423309 

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dude i no the suckinness of our situation...theres gotta be something that can be done...

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mrluilou Mar 23, 12:16am - #423310 

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yeah new brakes

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Eman Mar 23, 12:26am - #423311 

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look at the pad, if you see the sensor rubbing, thats means your out of breaks, its a lil metal wire.

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trdsisco Mar 23, 12:26am - #423312 

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damn i have the same problem w/a 03 celica.. and it is new brakes.. wtf make sure when you change them to put the grease package it comes with.. what are some of the best brakes for celica's? smile

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Eman Mar 23, 12:28am - #423313 

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brembo...if they make it for celis.

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drivethru1986 Mar 23, 12:29am - #423314 

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dude how much do new breaks cost?? see im pretty out of $$ and my parents are mad pissed and wont help for shit...i really dont like the sound of this

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mrluilou Mar 23, 12:30am - #423315 

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^well go w/ some TRD brake pads or if youre rich like eman go w/ some brembos

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Eman Mar 23, 12:33am - #423316 

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dude first off, if the problem in fact is that you dont have breaks, it'll cost you around 80 bucks to get intsalled, if your cards pretty new go check the damn sensor man so you dont waste your money, see if its expoosed to the rotor.

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Eman Mar 23, 12:33am - #423317 

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you crack me up luis rofl

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mrluilou Mar 23, 12:35am - #423318 

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you crack me up eman rofl

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drivethru1986 Mar 23, 12:43am - #423319 

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how do i look at the pad? im new in dealing with breaks and their stuff

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Eman Mar 23, 12:44am - #423320 

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ok if you cant see the break bad throug your rim, take the rim off look at the pad, theres a lil wire, near the pad tat when its worn down enough, it scratches the rotor when you break, to tell you hey get some fuckin breaks...here let me find a pic to help you out.

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Eman Mar 23, 12:48am - #423321 

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doenst look exactly like this but here ya go...
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CRBN BLU Mar 23, 1:53am - #423322 

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I had the same problem with my GT. Since it only happens in reverse, that doesn't mean you need new brakes or pads. What you need to do is go down to the local car parts shop (Pep Boys is where I got mine) and pick up a package of Anti-Squeal Brake Grease. It goes between the shims that back the pad. It's really sticky and prevents unneccesary squealing of the brakes. This solved the problem about 95% of the time for me. It still will squeak from time to time, but NOWHERE near like the way it use to.

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eclipseturbogsx Mar 23, 1:55am - #423323 

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anybody know about the ebrakes..actually, it might now even be the ebrake. Sometimes when i sit in my car, and move around it creeks. Do any of you get this? I rather fix this than teh squeel to tell you the truth.
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Chelica815 Mar 23, 1:59am - #423324 
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You don't need new brakes. This sh*t seems to occur on most Celicas. My GT never did this, but my GTS is doing this only in reverse.

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CRBN BLU Mar 23, 3:57am - #423325 

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Originally Posted by eclipseturbogsx
anybody know about the ebrakes..actually, it might now even be the ebrake. Sometimes when i sit in my car, and move around it creeks. Do any of you get this? I rather fix this than teh squeel to tell you the truth.


Interestingly enough, I have this same problem. But I figure there is two possible fixes: 1) new shocks, or 2) lose some weight. And since I've already done #1, I guess all that's left is #2.

On the real, maybe lube the shock shaft and the bushings. Be more gentle getting in and out. I have achy knees, so I'm forced to get in and out slow.

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eclipseturbogsx Mar 23, 4:31am - #423326 

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Originally Posted by CRBN BLU
Originally Posted by eclipseturbogsx
anybody know about the ebrakes..actually, it might now even be the ebrake. Sometimes when i sit in my car, and move around it creeks. Do any of you get this? I rather fix this than teh squeel to tell you the truth.


Interestingly enough, I have this same problem. But I figure there is two possible fixes: 1) new shocks, or 2) lose some weight. And since I've already done #1, I guess all that's left is #2.

On the real, maybe lube the shock shaft and the bushings. Be more gentle getting in and out. I have achy knees, so I'm forced to get in and out slow.


yeah, i think something needs to be lubed up..but i don't know where it needs to be. Maybe i should take it to a shop and ask. It's just i'm lazy as hell becauase my car is so damn low and most shops can't jack it up. oh well..
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Eman Mar 23, 6:27am - #423327 

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oops i miss-read thought it said forward too.

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xxmonkeyboixx Mar 23, 7:21am - #423328 

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