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Grinding noise when brakes applied

...was told I needed ABS pump and purchased online - now I can't find where it belongs...do you know where its located -Thankyou! Pat

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  • nanapad4 May 28, 2009

    thank you L98vette I will attempt to locate it this weekend - appreciate your help & reply.......do you know whether you get to it from the top or bottom of car....

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Follow the brake lines from the master cylinder. They are connected to it.

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Some customers may comment on a squeak noise when the brake pedal is applied or when released. This noise is normally heard when the brake pedal is slowly applied with the engine on or off, but can occur when the brake pedal is released. The noise may be isolated to the master cylinder area.
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