Either do it your self, or have the brakes inspected. There are squealers that start to scrape when the pads are worn. If this is not the case, then your brake disks may have a little glaze on them from overheating. Your local parts store might have so Squeal Stop that you can apply to them to keep them from squealing. The more permanent fix is to go ahead and do a brake job and have the rotors turned or replaced.
A little squeal can just be a irratant, or it could be a sign of something is wrong. Check it out for your piece of mind.
Saturday, July 29th, 2006 AT 3:01 PM