Q: Mazda 3 2010 making some noise from one of the back wheels.

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Mazda 3 2010 making some noise from one of the back wheels. Guess it has to do with disc (rotor) and the break pads, right? If so, how much does it cost to fix it?

Billing question sent to CS for the cost to diagnose and repair the brakes or wheel hubs on the back of the vehicle.

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