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Grinding noise when I push all the way down on brakes

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Brake servicing is required but depending on how long the noise has been noticed determines the degree of servicing. At the least Brake Pads or Brake Shoes should be checked for metal to metal contact and if MTM is the case you should have the Brake Rotors or Drums Checked For Warpness and and/or damage if so they should be checked for thickness and if they are thick enough to have turned you should do so, if not thick enough to Have turned then you should probably have them replaced very soon

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You should have a brake pad or shoe worn completely out. This is approaching a serious problem. You need to closely examine all your brakes inside and out and see if something has worn out.

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