There are different reasons for a brake squeal. Sometimes due to an engineering feat like on the neons for example. In your case, it would be more likley due to a lubrication issue or pad quality. Glazing can also make a squeal, but I think you have addressed that already.
These areas should be cleaned very good, using a wire brush, wire wheel or similiar. Both the bracket and the caliperneeds to be clean and lubricated wearever the pads touch the caliper.The hardware, and pins should be clean and lubrictaed as well.
When they have been cleaned, apply a quality caliper grease .
I prefer bendix disc brake pads myself. You should also burnish the pads after installing. Make 20-30 stops on flat pavement from 20 mph to 0. Allow a cooling period several times while doing this. Otherwise a pad will glaze quickly.
Sunday, May 20th, 2007 AT 8:36 AM