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You actually have no idea what youre talking about. When you press the brake pedal (in park) it is simply a locking mechanism unlocking to allow you to shift out of park... It's a safety feature in automatic transmissions so that you don't accidentally shift into drive. Also, shocks are supposed to be replaced every 25,000 miles on average (about 40,000km). So, if you properly maintained you vehicle you should have been on your third set of shocks. Also the noises you hear on the brakes I can almost guarantee is simply surface rust that forms over night. usually happens for the first few times you hit the brakes in the morning. furthermore, windows don't rust!!Report it
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