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1991 Jeep Cherokee Limted that is noisy when the brakes r applied

I have a 1991 Jeep Cherokee Limited that i just recently purchased and when apply my brakes whether moving or not I hear a clicking or humming sound. the sound appears to be coming from the passengers side. Any help would be appreciated as I'm a student with limited fund...Thanks...Davin

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Davin i believe what you are hearing is the anti-lock brake system.
is your jeep equipped with anti lock brakes and if so that is what you are hearing

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