Q: Hi Tim - my breaks seem to make a little click noise when I apply them moving at slower speeds (around 20 mph or less). I have not

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When I am applying the breaks at a slow speed (around 20-25 MPH or less) I hear a little click or grind. The breaks are still performing well but I am a little worried about the condition of the breaks. I don't hear any squeaking.

My car has 100000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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