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Q: Brakes grinding

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My rear brakes started grinding the other day.

A: Hi there. It sounds like your brakes are wo...

Hi there. It sounds like your brakes are worn out and need replacing. When brakes become worn out, they will start grinding on the rivets that hold the brake element to the metal bracket. Eventually, they will wear through the rotor and then through the caliper. I would suggest having a technician come out and replace the rear brakes and inspect the front.

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