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Q: I changed the brake pads recently, there is now a knocking sound when applying the brakes

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I just changed my brake pads and now i have knocking sound whenever i apply brakes at slow speeds. What do you think could be an issue here? can someone please let me know.

Thanks, Sarfaraz

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