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My 1992 Chevy blazer makes a loud grinding noise when I take my foot off the gas after traveling at anywhere over 15 miles per hour.

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Have the brakes checked it could be easily the rotor cover slightley touching the rotor if you need any more info see collisionrepairadvice.com

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