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nebraskaGTS
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nebraskaGTS Jan 9, 8:58pm - #79536 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Nebraska
Making noises stop

i've noticed that my brakes have started to squeak whenever i'm moving really slow such as backing up in particular or just creeping ahead, wondered if anyone knew an easy fix for this w/o taking it to have looked at the shop. also, i really hate that *ding ding ding* noise cars make when the door is ajar and the accessory is on, when i'm cleaning my car i like to listen to the radio, and i was wondering if it's possible to dissconnect a fuse or anything to get it to stop
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CelicaTC
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CelicaTC Jan 9, 9:13pm - #79537 
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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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How many miles do you have with these brakes? Because they start making noise when the pads are worn.

Don't know about that "ding ding ding" noise? I don't have it?
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Predator Jan 9, 9:32pm - #79538 
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the next time you take it in for servicing just mention it to them, should be a pretty simple fix.

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nebraskaGTS
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nebraskaGTS Jan 9, 11:56pm - #79539 

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yeah, i don't think it should be the brake pads, i only have 22k on my car, unless the guy before me beat the hell out of it. i'll just have them look at it next time i go to change my oil i guess. thanks
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