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Scraping ratting noise from passenger side if Nissan Sentra.

The car is 2003. There's just over 90,000 miles on it.
The noise is particularly loud when I'm not accelerating, and when I'm turning right. Any information would be appreciated.

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Hmm its possible the caliper on that side might be sticking or slide pins are rusted not alowing caliper to move

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