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Old 01-09-2011, 05:34 PM   #1
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squeaking noise when I back up

Hey, so when I back up at anytime (even if Im just rolling back because my clutch is in) the car makes this awful screeching/rubbing noise. Ive heard this is a common problem. Im sorry if this has already been addressed but I couldn't find a thread to help me. If there is a thread can someone post a link? Thanks
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i had this problem for the last couple of years on and off. went away when I changed the rear caliper pins. one of the pins was chewed up really bad. two months and not a peep. I'm no longer embarrassed to use reverse.
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Im super embarrassed of my reverse, at school everyone looks over at my car like it's a P.O.S im like well f off, my maxima is sweet
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maybe u need to change the brakes?
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maybe u need to change the brakes?
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It's probably the metal warning piece. Iirc, mine started squealing going backwards before it did going forward.
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+1 on the brake squealers, maybe post a sound clip to be certain its your brakes though.
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It's probably the metal warning piece. Iirc, mine started squealing going backwards before it did going forward.
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