When I bought my Mondial t, there was a fair amount of pad left. As I drove it over the course of the next 1500 miles, the brakes would squeak at slow speeds (light brake pressure, 30MPH or less). Well, summer ended, and I took my car in and had the brakes replaced. Squeeking according to my mechanic was gone. Well, that may have been during the early hours when I picked it up, but as the day went on, the squeeking not only came back, but was louder than it was when it went in. The pads were replaced, so I don't get it. I tried 'breaking' (pun intended) the pads in by sudden hard stops, but that hasn't made it any better. I tried hosing down the brake rotors with hard water pressure, and the gray gunk that came out made the squeeking go away - or so I thought. That remedy lasted all of minutes of driving it afterwards. So what's wrong? Another thing is that in the morning (if driving), the brakes don't squeak until after I've been driving for about 5-10 minutes. Then the squeaking comes back and gets louder every time I brake. I'm stuck guys, and need help. The looks of shock at the sound of a semi truck stopping when in reality it's just a Ferrari is embarassing. On another note, *occasionally* as I'm cruising (say 30-40MPH), I can hear very faint squeaking that occurs everytime the tire makes a revolution or two. It's a split second 'squeak' - nothing - 'squeak' but it's faint. Once I stop, if I pump the brake peddle, seems to go away. Any ideas or suggestions (and $4k Brembo upgrades are out of the question)? At first I thought maybe my mechanic didn't change the brakes, but the squeaking is louder than when I brought it in.