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SOURCE: 2005 Toyota Tacoma

Without looking at it, you may have one or more of the following:

Rust on the inside edge of the rotor (most common)

Worn front brake pads

Front wheel bearing problem.

Backing plate (behind rotor) rubbing the rotor

These are the most common causes, you can see 1,2 & 4 with the wheel off.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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Possible axle shaft, or even a wheel bearing. Get it looked at.

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SOURCE: What causes my 2002 dodge Durango make a grinding noise when I turn right

sounds like you have a bad wheel bearing. the play in the bearing causes the brake rotor to rub on the caliper or the abs sensor rubs on the toner ring of the rotor.. check your wheel bearing.. hope this helps..

Posted on Jul 06, 2012

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2005 Toyota Tacoma


Without looking at it, you may have one or more of the following:

Rust on the inside edge of the rotor (most common)

Worn front brake pads

Front wheel bearing problem.

Backing plate (behind rotor) rubbing the rotor

These are the most common causes, you can see 1,2 & 4 with the wheel off.

Hope this helps.

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