I have a 2005 Camry. Disc brakes in the front, drum in the rear. I’ve noticed a squeaking sound coming from the front of the vehicle while braking at low speeds. It doesn’t happen every time, but only sometimes, even after driving the vehicle for some time. It happens when braking while going straight. Haven’t noticed it while turning and braking at the same time.
I checked tire pressure of all tires and they are in specification.
I checked all brake pads in the front, and there’s plenty left, much more than minimum.
I checked all rear drum brake shoes, and there’s plenty left, much more than minimum.
After inspecting the discs, I noticed heavy pitting in the surface on the rear of the discs. So I replaced them. The squeaking problem went away for about a month but came back.
I replaced the drums the last time I replaced the brake shoes. There was no pitting or any surface problems of the drums.
I used brake grease on the back of the break pads the last time I replaced the front brake pads.
At this point I’m not sure how else to trouble this problem further? Thanks for any help.