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Hi. My left rear brake is making a very loud nosie when i stop. The same noise continues once i press the gas but only for a short second.

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It is most likely a brake liner problem,or a bearing,have someone remove the wheel,and inspect the situation,hard to diagnose without being there.Rate please if this was at all helpful,thank you.

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Sounds like either your caliper is sticking or your wear indicator on your brake pads is making the sound.

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