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Grinding noise everytime i press on the brakes to stop i hear a grinding sound and the sound is really bad when i go in reverse..i had calipars and break pads replaced 6 months ago

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Sounds like something came apart. Go immediately back to who ever worked on them for an inspection before major damage. If you do not like the answer (you just wore them out and it will cost......) Go to someone else now. Grinding noises from brakes are never good.

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