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Grinding While Braking

When I brake I hear a grinding sound, like metal to metal on the left and right rear tire area. Chevrolet Tahoe 2005

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It looks like brake worn ..remove tires to see brake pad

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brake change?

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

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SOURCE: grinding sound comes from rear brake area.

Did you have 100% of all your rear brakes replaced, shoes,Brake hardwair, Drums or rotors.

Try having your ebrake looked it may be not on right.

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

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SOURCE: 2003 PT Cruiser: Scraping Metal sound from BACK left tire area when braking

My rear brakes were making the same sound for over one year. My rear shoes were hard as a stone or glazed. The pads did not look worn, but they made the medal-on-medal sound when I braked. It was pretty loud.

I replaced the brakes shoes and the problem went away. I replaced the shoes myself in about a hour. They were not hard to figure out.

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SOURCE: grinding noise when in 4x4

check RF axle where it meets shaft coming out of front diff..cv axle splines and stub shaft splines may be stripped..have seen this before

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SOURCE: rear brake grinding noise when pressing on brakes

The grinding noise in the rear brake drum means that brake shoes are warn out and the metal part of the shoe is touching the drum. You need to replace it asap as it will damage the inner part of the drum and than replacing shoes will not help without skimming or replacing the drum.

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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