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Q: Grinding noise when braking

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A grinding noise sometimes happens when the brakes are applied. When I turn off the ESC, the noise somewhat goes away.

A: You should have your brakes inspected for a...

You should have your brakes inspected for any issues like metal to metal grinding or another related issue. This may just be a brake pad service issue or a more serious problem with the ESC. Only a thorough check will verify the problem. I recommend that you have a mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, inspect your vehicle’s brake system for you.

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