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Old 05-10-2013, 05:30 PM
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Its not pouring out. Its just that teeny weeny bit that's there.

Buuuuut now I has me a new issue!!!! when I hit the brakes, its squealing. Oye vey me no likey this problem stuffs. You know a car dude who wants a gf around me? That'll definitely solve my Jeep problems cuz I wouldn't have to deal with it. He would lol.. I'm just kidding.

Sooo my brake pads are new and not grinding. So I'm like 99.9% sure its not that. My rotors were resurfaced a few months ago. I wanna say, its time to replace it but I guess I won't know till I check huh?
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Old 05-10-2013, 05:51 PM
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What you did shouldn't of made them squeal. Something may be stuck in there causing it to squeal. Did you take the caliper off or just replace the crush rings with the caliper on the car? It's hard to say what that is without seeing it unfortunately. And where are you located I may be able to help you out lol.
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Old 05-10-2013, 11:05 PM
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Than help me out!!! What you waiting for?! Lol

I didn't take anything off. I didnt even take the tire off. Lol! I just laid under the Jeep. It was comfortable and I didn't want anyone to bother me. And I didn't want to break anything so I stayed from everything.
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