Q: Does my 2014 Nissan Versa SV have rear disk or drum brakes?

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There is a noise coming from my rear passenger wheel. I think I need to get new brakes. Are my breaks all discs?

My car has 53466 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Your vehicle had rear drum brakes. If you are getting noise in the rear only when hitting the brakes then it is a brake issue. If you have a noise when not hitting the brakes then you may have a rear wheel bearing issue also.

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