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2006 dodge grand caravan 38000 mi. grinding noise

2006 dodge grand caravan 38000 mi. grinding noise heard from right rear wheel when brakes applied. any suggestions on what I need to do. was just inspected in march.

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Remove the road wheel and inspect your brake pads or shoes, possibly worn down to metal

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