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1998 Toyota Corolla: New Brakes but still Grinding sound

I just got the front brakes and calipers replaced. Now I can hear
(A) a grinding sound when pressing hard on the brakes when going slow and
(B) a rattling sound when traveling over rough roads which stops when I press on the brakes.

I took it back to the repair shop but they said that all was well.

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I would look for rust on the back side of the rotors; this is a very common problem that will duplicate the noises that you describe.

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