Use some sandpaper and bevel the edges of the pads.
Something you said alarms me: grease on the pads? Brake pads NEVER get grease. They get an adhesive that goes by various trade names, but my favorite has always been Stop Squeak. Did you properly replace the anti-squeal shims? Were the rotors turned/machined/resurfaced when you replaced the pads? If so, was a non-directional swirl put on them afterwards? The cutting bit on the brake lathe will cut a record-type groove in the rotor, both sides. If a swirl finish isn't put on the rotors after turning, it will more than likely cause squealing and possibly chattering. Those pads should also have a wear indicator on them tat will cause a squealing when they're getting close to needing to be changed. Make sure you didn't bend one while installing the pads.
Saturday, August 22nd, 2015 AT 8:34 AM