Brake question to stop me from yelling at my truck
My truck has 29,000 miles on it. My brakes started squealing pretty loudly at about 20,000 when I first got to college and had my truck parked for weeks at a time due to the fact the parking lot for it was 3 miles away from campus. Of course I'm going to expect some squealing at that point, but as I started to drive it regularly again, I figured some of the noise should have stopped. Well, at 26,500 I got my pads replaced even though they had some life left to hopefully stop the squealing. No, still just as bad and seems to almost be getting worse. I mean they're loud as hell, to the point where if I roll my windows down it hurts my ears.
^Intro, extra info, now for the question.
I know it's hard to answer brake questions without seeing them, but in general, if I replaced my pads with some ceramic pads would that be enough to stop squealing? And also, if I also trued my rotors at the time I got new pads, would that give me a higher chance to stop the squealing? It's literally to the point now where I can't take it and cuss at my truck every time I'm in it. It's a good time.