I have had a 2000 Camaro SS w/ 14,000 miles on it for a few years now, since
I got it new in 2001. I have not driven it regularly for this or that for
the last few years, but have maintained it great ... seasonal oil changes
(Mobile one sync), tire rotation, air cleaner, etc. and kept it mint and
stored properly for a few winters.
I have now started to drive it all the time and the brakes squeak when
applied but seem to respond properly.
If I apply the brake and hear the squeak, then release the brake and reapply
the noise deadens.
I am not sure what this is or if it is normal. I have always applied brake
cleaner and keep the wheels moved during storage. It just seems so annoying
in the spring / summer now when I stop.
My extended warranty is about to end but I don't know as I had a battery die
and that wasnt covered, I would assume brakes are disposables as well.
Is this normal or did I miss a bulletin ?
Thanks in advance.