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I hear a dragging clicking sound when I brake from the rear of the jeep. Recently, I replaced the rear and back brakes and still hear the noise.

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You need to preform an inspection, you may have something improperly installed, or there maybe other realted issues , you may have a cracked break drum and or rotor...

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