Yes, It is common for the rotor backing plate to become very rusted and rub against the rotor. In some cases we completely remove the backing plate to stop the noise because the cost to replace them can get expensive, the parts are cheap, the labor and time are where it gets expensive.
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?
We were rear-ended in our 2002 Saturn SL1. There was no damage to the bumper or body at all. When we went to move it off the road, it would go into all gears, but it wouldn’t move. It’s a 5 speed. It shifted just fine before we were rear-ended. There is no noise or grinding. The car starts up in Neutral and all gears, but just doesn't move. Do you think it's the neutral safety switch? \
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