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Grinding noise front end

"My 2006 Chevy cobalt is making a grinding noise on the front end i hear it 5mph and above"

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    have you checked your front brakes?

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Its either your front brake pads or your CV joint is going bad .. Jerry

Posted on May 13, 2009

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