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The front driver's side brake sound like it is grinding. I have to tap the brake several times for it to stop. It happens mostly when I am driving in town slowly.

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Hi,
Please have all the brake pads checked. If it's grinding, you possibly may be metal to metal on the rotor. This can not only cause damage to your rotor, it is dangerous for you, your passengers and other motorists. Hopefully it's just a rock or something and the pads and rotors are ok.
If after checking, it is determined the pads are wore out, I would highly recommend replacing them and having the rotors and drums turned. Brakes are crucial...
I hope this helps you and reaches you in a timely manner... God bless.

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Your caliper may be sticking.

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