Originally Posted by Flintstone
Wow... No help...Thanks
Sorry, I do fun things on the weekends other than sit in front of a computer since that's my day job.
I can follow instructions from the service manual for basic jobs and have picked up a few things along the way doing service on my vehicles. But I'm not a mechanic so I can't diagnose things - be sure to tell your mechanic the symptom instead of what you think is wrong if you do end up taking it in.
Your description of the problem could literally be anything in the front of the car. There are a lot of parts there - like maybe the belts.
Did you lube or use some "break quiet" the BACK of the pads when you installed them? Lube the clips the pads ride on when squeezed? Lube the caliper sliders?
Check for a rubbing heat shield against the rotor that might chirp. Also seen that on this forum.
Since we volunteer
our experience I probably won't be helping you any more. Feel free to lurk around though.