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Grinding noise/rubbing noise when i drive my toyota celica

When i drive or go over a hump it make's a grinding/knocking noise and also when i take off i get the same noise

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If it seems to be coming from the from left wheel, it could be your gearbox...otherwise I suspect your brake pads/disks. If it's the gearbox then it may be a lubrication problem, if it's brakes then may be pads...hope that helps!

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SOURCE: grinding noise coming out of the transmission

bad throw out bearing

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SOURCE: radio does not work, 2002 Toyota Celica GT

have the system amp tested. it is located in the trunk behind the trim.

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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Usually a grinding noise in a disc brake is caused from a rotor with a raised edge that froms from normal wear. The raised edge is not a big deal until you install NEW disc brake pads. All of the sudden you have a grinding noise everytime you apply the brake because the NEW disc pad is being ground down but the raised surface created from the OLD Disc Brake Pad. Most of the time the Brake repair shops turn rotors on the car when the pads are replaced and this grinding symptom does not manifest itself.

On and OLD set of disc brake pads over time that raised area on the rotor starts to flake / rust / corrode and can come in contact with the brake disc pad when the brakes are applied.


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Posted on Feb 12, 2010

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SOURCE: Electric aerial on 1998 Toyota Celica

The grinding noise means that the gear in the motor slides over the retracting shaft, you will probably need to get a new one.

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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Usually a grinding noise in a disc brake is caused from a rotor with a raised edge that froms from normal wear. The raised edge is not a big deal until you install NEW disc brake pads. All of the sudden you have a grinding noise everytime you apply the brake because the NEW disc pad is being ground down but the raised surface created from the OLD Disc Brake Pad. Most of the time the Brake repair shops turn rotors on the car when the pads are replaced and this grinding symptom does not manifest itself.

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