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Posted by Anonymous on
I would adjust the rear brakes if you have drums back there. That will raise your pedal. If you have disc brakes in rhe back, then they self adjust better than rear drum brakes.
Grinding noises are never good, as it indicates there is metal to metal contact somewhere.
Without listening to it, I would have trouble determining exactly what that was.'
good luck to you.
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