Can anyone living in a cold climate zone answer this one. I have a '06 Honda Odyssey EXL, whenever I back up or drive forward a little and touch the brakes lightly the rear brakes squeal really loud. It only happens when it's cold out like today when it's at -10C. I drive away slowly and touch the brakes lightly a few times and the brake squeal goes away almost instantly. I took it to the dealer and they did an inspection on all the brakes and said that there is 70% left on the front and 80% on the rears. They said that this is normal when the brakes are cold. But, it's the first time I noticed it in 5 years of driving it.