brake noise on 2000 Toyota Echo

noise like 2 baloons rubbing every time i apply brakes

by in San Lorenzo, PR on March 28, 2010
2 answers
ANSWER by on April 19, 2010
I found the noise is from one or two places - the Discs need replacing or the Wheel Bearings are worn/loose and may need replacing.
ANSWER by on October 04, 2010
The discs or the drums might be rusted after driving in the rain and not using the car for a while. Just drive the car and apply the brakes a few times. It could also be the pads on the disc brakes or/and the drums that need to be replaced. Have your brakes checked by the car dealer.
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