Jeep Cherokee Repair Question
Brake repair fraud?
Anyways, the tech said my brakes would start squeaking because I did not get the repairs and that my drivers-side rear pad could fall of the car at anytime. Of course my brakes began squeaking a day or two after I purchased the pads.
My Question is, why was there no squeaking prior to them working on my car? I know sometimes new pads squeak for a little bit and that built up brake dust can lead to squeaking, and I wouldn't be surprised if the tech added brake dust or failed to lubricate the brakes properly in order to get me back in the shop. Do you think there's any validity to his claims?
Thanks for your help,
I don't know that I can answer all your thoughts, but I do offer this.
Don't go to chain shops, independent shops or dealer.
Drum brakes are associated with dust squeaks not disc.
Having no issues and having needs are not related. If you assumed you never have needs, you will get caught in a failure of the need you didn't believe.
If the tech pulled the caliper to get a better look at the rears and they are thin, reassembly MAY cause some noise.
Get a second opinion and put your mind to rest.
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