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Grinding noise from rear of car

Can mainly hear it at slow speed when taking of and slowing down. its a bit worse when i slow down.

when i have stopped there is also a smeel coming from near the back wheels.

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Do you think you need brakes or bearings if it gets worse when you are slowing own its probably the brakes

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