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My car has been sitting for two years and its been making a griding noise i have been moving it for two weeks and its still making it why?

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    Michael Masters May 11, 2010

    Where is the location of this grinding noise?

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You may have EXESIVE RUST on the ROTORS / & or DRUMS this Somtimes goes away on its own if Not they must Be Turned or Replaced.

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