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Went over a sleeping policeman at exit of NCP car park and at same time had to break quickly as nearly went past the entrance. When I set off my car now has a knocking noise whcih increases with speed, but tryes are ok and no flats.

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  • graham1953 Nov 24, 2008

    No there is no problems with breaks or feel it in the pedals or even running the car its just a noise I can here that increases with speed

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Does it only happen when you brake and can you feel it in the pedal

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