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Q: Making noise when stopping.

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My car is making a noise when coming to a stop.

A: This is most likely coming from the brakes ...

This is most likely coming from the brakes and would require a complete brake inspection by a qualified mechanic. A thorough road test to hear the noise would be the first thing a mechanic would need to do. If the brakes are suspect then they can pinpoint how to go about repairing the issue

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