OK, I posted this awhile back where my new pads and two rotors were squeeking during braking. Eventually, the noise went away. Now it's back. My problem is on a 98 3.8L vert. I finally got around to painting my calipers on the driver's side, and I didn't go anywhere near the rear of the calipers (where no one would see that they are unpainted). But I did paint everything that was visible, including some of the pads themselves. I know, lazy bastage when it comes to taping off areas! The rear right, and sometimes rear left brakes squeek. They squeek when I first apply the brakes after the car has been sitting for a few hours. Then, when I drive off, I can hear them squeeking again, sometimes it is a pulsating squeek that coinsides with the rotation of the tire. The squeek is not a high-pitched squeek, but more of an almost higher pitched droaning noise; a pitch lower than the pitch of our horns if that helps. I get squeeking also when applying light braking at lower speeds. The car still stops perfectly fine, but the squeeking drives me nuts and somewhat worries me. Any ideas on this would greatly be appreciated.