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What cause noise on my back wheel when I brake. The noise so bad.

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This is a front wheel drive car. so the only things in the rear wheel area that typically make noise would be the rear brakes or the wheel bearings. Because you notice it more when braking i suspect the brakes are worn out. inspect the brake pad wear on both the inside and outside pads, if they look ok, you would need to investigate further for a possible wheel bearing or hub issue.

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