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Brakes making alot of noise and rotors are red??

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Sounds as if maybe the master cylinder is malfunctioning or both calipers are hanging up

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2010 grand caravan transmission making noise that sounds like the rotors. Also driving about 65 mph, acted like it lost the gears. Pulled over, turned ignition off, back on, acted like nothing happened..


What you are describing could be the rotors. If they are wearing badly and affect the ABS then the vehicle is not going to run correctly because the abs tells the tcs that there is a problem. Have the brakes checked right away.

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I have a 99" Ford Windstar LX, When I press on the brakes the pedal shakes and it makes a grinding noise after driving a few miles the abs light goes on. I have replaced, pads, rotors, master cylinder,...


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My 99 Dodge Caravan makes a grinding noise when I turn or stop the vehicle


IT COULD BE BALL JOINTS OR BUSHINGS THAT ARE ON THEM SO GREASE THE FRONT END ,IF NOT ITS YOUR BRAKES GRINDING INTO YOUR DISK SO ITS TIME TO REPLACE THEM : )

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My 2002 chevrolet 4wheel drive makes a noise alot like that of a break rubbing.It stops as the speed increases, I changed all four brakes and rotors and also changed the universal at the rear end. what...


Make sure backing plates behind front & rear rotors aren't rubbing on rotors. Jack up each wheel individualy & spin. May also be emergency brake shoes rubbing inside drum inside rear rotors.

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you have to get new brakes as soon as possible. depending on how long it has been doing that you may need new rotors to about 300 to 400 bucks if there al disk. sheridancory@yahoo.com

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I have a grinding noise in the front end when i apply the brakes


good day, it maybe the right time for a good brake pad change, brake pads must be totally worn that it has a metal to metal contact already. hope this helps, have a nice day

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My 2005 Caravan had a squeal coming from the front pass. side. I was reasonably sure the brakes were about due to be changed. I had to wait till pay day, and since i had to put about a week and a half of...


Yes, You went to far. The squealing was a warning to get it looked at. The pads are designed that way to protect the rotors, If you scored the rotors you may now need to replace them also.

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I have a 99 jeep cherokee sport. When making a sharp turn to the left I hear a rubbing sound coming from the left front tire area. There is currently a light squealing noise when stopping. Are the two...


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you might have a froze caliper piston, he is asking for all of that because whenever you change a caliper out you dont just want to change the caliper but do the brake job while you are there because more than likely the rest of your brakes are worn as well and if you just do the caliper you will damage you brakes more because of uneven wear sometimes a caliper gets locked up from extreme wear on pads past limit, he is actually saving you money in the long run. now as far as price it doesnt take much to change a caliper out, if you pinch off the line hooking directly to that caliper and unhook it along with the two bolts, all you have to do is put the new one in and pump the brakes back up and then bleed them to ensure all air is out of brake system, and depending on make and model, bleed them starting from furthest wheel from master cylinder....in other words you should be able to find a better price cheaper considering they want to replace the rotors instead of resurfacing them so that is alot less time to just replace them it is merily just parts changing, I hope i could help

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2002 dodge caravan rear disc noise


Sure sounds like you need new brake pads. On the brake pad is a small metal tab that contacts the rotor and squeals when the pads need to be changed. Hope this helps. Please keep me posted. Good luck

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