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I have a peugeot 307 sw estate 03. im getting a **** noise from the back end. I`ve just put new wheel bearings, brake disks and pads and still getting the noise. what else could it be.if anyone can help. thanks

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Hi the first thing you need to check is the brakes if you can jack the car up and put it on stands you need to take the wheel off and check the brake pads and the disk, its sounds to me like the brake pads have wore right down to the bare metal and this is now cutting into the disk, if this is left to long it can seize the brakes on due to the heat and you wont be able to move the car.

also the brake pad if it is wore down to the metal then this will be cutting into the disk and then this will also need replacing. so go and check the brakes first as this is often the cause of any noise coming from the front wheels as that is the only major moving part.

if how ever the pads are ok and the disk not scored then the next problem you could have is with the wheel bearing but this ls less likely as it is more likely to be the brakes.

you can check the bearing by jacking the car up without undoing the wheel then grab the wheel either side and give it a wiggle and see if you can feel any play if you do then the problem could be either bearing or track rod end, if its the track rod end then this wont cause the noise you hear but it can cause the wheel to wobble.

let me know what you find or if you need further assistance ok

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