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Hi all
When my mokka has been driven for about 15min or so it
develops a squeeky wheel. This goes away when I tap the brakes then comes back on. My thoughts are worn brake pads but someone has suggested maybe worn bearing. Any thoughts anyone?
 

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Not likely to be a bearing, worn or sticking pads or sometimes just a bit of grit embedded in a pad.
 

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Year and model of car would have helped and is it back or front
Pre X facelift models had problems with the rear caliper dampers, i had my rear 2015 dampers changed
X models had different rear calipers fitted, if it's coming from the front, could be pads or as suggested above
 

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Does the Mokka have those metal shimmes that squeal to warn of low brake pads and could it be that?
 
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