It's possible your brake pads are low. Check how many miles are on these brakes.
I hear a loud scraping noise when I am slowing down. When I am going fast and apply the brakes, I hear no noise at all, but the slower I get, the louder the noise gets. It sounds like it is coming from the front driver side tire. It is not a very tinny noise like the above video states, but more of a loud grinding sound. Any ideas?
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I am driving a Toyota Camry, and recently I replaced the brake pads. The problem I have now is that there is a grinding noise from the rear left wheel only. The noise can be heard when the car starts moving, and when in a traffic jam, when the car moves very slowly. The mechanic has checked the wheel bearing and the pads, but can't find the problem. What could be the issue here?
I have a 2001 Tahoe 4WD with about 150,000 miles. When braking there is a very loud grinding noise; it seems like its louder when it's cold outside. There is still plenty of brake pad left; however, the left caliper was very difficult to remove. Could this be the cause of the noise? Also can the need for an alignment cause noise when braking?
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