Q: Acceleration and driving causes grinding sound.

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My car makes a loud grinding sound in the rear while accelerating and driving.

Hello, the most common problem for a loud grinding noise is in the wheel bearings. I would have a qualified technician, come and inspect the noise and replace the wheel bearings if needed.

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