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My driver side rear wheel makes a gradual squeaking sound off and on, not steady and also not a screeching or scratching sound from brake pads grinding against rotors it is a sound that is apparent when I'm breaking or when I'm accelerating or coasting period it was told to me that this could possibly be from moisture or some kind of debris fitting in between the brake pad and the rear rotor anyone have any thoughts?
 

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Remove the tire and inspect the brake pads and rotor.

If worn, replace the brake parts on both rear wheels equally for proper brake operation.

Good luck.

Have a good day.
 
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Agree with PaulDay. Inspect the rotors and pads and be sure to check that the caliper guide pins are adequately lubricated. If the pins are dry, an annoying high-pitch resonance noise can result.
 
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