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Suzuki alto front brakes grinding when applying brakes new pads fitted

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If the rotors were not turned when this was done you will get wear-in grinding noise..the uneven surface will i time eat the pad to fit the rotor surface..next time get the rotors tuned or replaced for good surfaces.. good luck..

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SOURCE: grinding coming from back of suzuki alto

Get the wheel bearing and brake pads checked.

Posted on Oct 17, 2012

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SOURCE: front brakes make noise when applied after installing new pads.

it could be because they are dirty. also the noise could be the back brakes. if its a squeaking noise it could be that they are dirty or that they are cheep brake pads and for the first couple of weeks they squeak. also when you got your breaks changed did the break shop cut the rotors because that cleans them up and makes the rotors like new.

Posted on Apr 28, 2009

SOURCE: i just had new brakes put on the front of my

I just had front brakes put on, but now its making noise and feels like is sticking when i apply the brakes. What should i do.

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