Considering the dealership suggested the pads and rotors be replaced, and that it is the most likely cause, I would get a second opinion from another friend or jack it up, put jack stands under it for safety (very important!) and check both pads and rotoer smoothness - in front of and behind the rotor - yourself.I have a 2008 Nissan Altima and when I accelerate to a decent speed I'll hear a squeaking noise( sounds a lot like the Jetsons), and then when i come to a stop, the noise will slowly go away after a minute. It sounds like it's coming from the front driver side of the car. Does anyone know what this could be. I would like to use my warranty at my dealership to get this fixed before it runs out. The dealership wanted to charge me $250 /hr just to investigate and i really want to stick it to them. I already caught them in a lie trying to get me to buy new brake pads and rotors when a friend of mine said i had 30% pads left. But thats besides the point, any advice would be greatly appreciated. I couldn't find this issue on the recall list but i did run into two people with the same car and the same problem.
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