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Scraping sound when i let off the gas it stops,its only when i am pressing the gas when im going does this happen ,its a scraping sound? but i looked underneith the truck and there is n othing hanging or anything that would be makeing that sound?

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  • crobinsonvic Mar 12, 2009

    NO its not the brakes.thank u


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Front Brakes need to be replaced

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