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take the wheels off, pull off the calipers, take out the pads, take off the rotors. Scuff the outside and inside of the rotor with some gritty sandpaper or if you have a die grinder use that, do it in a circular motion all around where the pad touches. Then buy a can of anti-squeak spray from any auto parts store for a couple of bucks and spray the back of the pad let it dry. put rotors and pads back in. Should take care of the problem.
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