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I keep getting a winding noise and when i slow down and stop it winds down then goes bang when im stopped and the noise goes away for a while then comes back again but goes when i stop could it be the

It dosent do it all the time but it seems to be getting worse ive pulled the rear and front wheels off to see if a brake pad has lost its clips but everything looks fine and tight to me all the clips are on dont know what the noise can be if it was drive line problem should do it all the time .When the car makes the noise there is no change in the performance of the car just a winding noise and it goes away when i stop after a clunk noise

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