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Groning noise I had a brake work done on my 1999 Toyota Camry; the next day the front right side of the brake started to make a groning noise. What do you thing the casue of it?

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  • Ronnie Wilson May 11, 2010

    Is the Noise Continous or only upon Braking



    If Continous possible Wheel bearing or improper instal of pads

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Cv joint boots cracked? cv shaft wearing, also double check pads have been scuffed and discs machined, they might be bedding in.still but worth looking at
good luck

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