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Yeah, bad brake pads and now because you let it get to the point of grinding, you'll probably need a new rotor or drum too. When the brakes start to wear down and they need changing there are wear indicators built into the pads that start to make a high pitched squealing sound. If you ignore it for to long then it starts to grind because all the brake material is gone and you are now hitting metal on metal when you try to stop.
Posted on Jan 19, 2013
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