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I was at the dealership near my house getting the front replaced... I found a nice size gash in the side wall and no rubber on the tire.



I asked the dealer about my back breaks squeaking, I have tried spraying brake cleaner, the pads look good plenty of life on them. I even tried an emery cloth on the surface folloed by brake cleaner.



The dealer seamed straight forward gave me a good price on the tire and installtion, He said there is some product that you spray on the rotors and let it sit for three hours or so try do, and after that it should stop the squeaking. Anybody ever heard of this stuff?



Is it like acid ecthing the rotor, i searched the web could not find anything.



Does it work? And is it safe? or any other recommendations on stopping the squeaking?
 

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Anti squeal or copper grease on the back of the brake pads stop squeaks immediately. Take the pads out, blow any dust out of the caliper and smear the grease on the metal pads backing where the metal contacts the caliper and piston.
 
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