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Constant grinding noise drivers side front on 91 ford escort lx

Replaced brake pads still grinding but when barely moving it doesnt do it

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Noise at 25mph thru 45 mph-- could be
a wheel hub bearing-on front

If so--- do both sides

Why wasn't that diagnosed, when the brakes were done?

Posted on Dec 06, 2012

  • angiesawyer1
    angiesawyer1 Dec 06, 2012

    i have little someone replaced pads bc grinding noise but still does it after new pads but its missing the 2 springs that hold the pins in place on the caliper but the pins are still in place

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