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Tranny noise coming to a stop

Driving at any speed -- step on the brakes to stop.. left front has a grinding noise and you can hear the engine / tranny slow down.
Is it the brakes or torque converter not disengaging the tranny.
Car doesn't pull into either directions stays straight.

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Sounds more like the brakes than anything else. it sounds like youre down to metal on metal where you dont have a brake pad left on that side of the car ...have it checked but i dont think it will be the transmission

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