Q: Q: Hear grinding when braking

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I hear a grinding when braking in my car.

Hi there. This is a common issue to have when your brakes need replacing. A grinding noise is most typically an indication that your brake pads are worn past their limit. Have a mechanic sent by YourMechanic come to your residence or office to diagnose why your brakes are grinding. They will also be able to replace your brake pads if necessary.

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