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Old 06-24-2013, 09:46 AM   #1
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Brake pedal making a squeak when pressed

I have a 2009 Damon Daybreak 3575 on a W22 workhorse Chassis. When I apply the brakes there is a very annoying squeak that occurs. I have a trailer brake control that I thought might be causing the squeak, but I unplugged it and I am still getting the squeak. Anyone have this experience or have ideas on what might be causing this?
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Old 06-24-2013, 11:18 AM   #2
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If it's a hanging pedal, spray lube on the pivot point for the pedal and linkage. Make sure the mechanism isn't scraping on something in it's travel that could cause the squeak.
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I have sprayed silicone on the linkage and an inspection doesn't reveal anything scraping on the pedal. The squeak is still there. Anybody else have any ideas?
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There is a zerk fitting on the brake bell crank linkage that needs to be lubed. Follow the linkage back from the master cylinder to where it goes thru the fire wall.
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Thank you Mr. M&EM. The zerk and a little grease is all it took. Squeak gone.
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="stevieptcb;1628612"]Thank you Mr. M&EM The zerk and a little grease is all it took. Squeak gone.[/QUOTE]
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