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My car did the same noise. To see if it is the same cause, lift the rear end, crawl underneath and pull the parking brake cable in all directions where it enters the rear wheel backing plate. If it squeeks, try spraying some lubricant in the hole where the cable enters. It would be a much better idea, though, to remove the wheel and rotor and spray a lubricant on the pivot mechanism that is attached to the cable. This method will reduce the chance that excess lube will screw up your brake shoes. It happend to me, that is why I know.
 
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