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Q: Brakes grinding

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The brakes on my car are making a grinding sound.

A: Brake noise is quite common. Most likely wh...

Brake noise is quite common. Most likely what you are hearing is the sound of the worn brake pads grinding against the rotors. This problem can usually be solved by a simple brake job. A trained professional will be able to listen to and inspect your brakes to inform you of exactly what your vehicle needs. Faulty brakes are a safety issue so I suggest getting this done as soon as possible.

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