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When I am driving there is a grinding/screeching noise that started recently. it sounds like it is coming from the rear wheel and is intermittant.

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The fault can be that the brake padds are rubbing against the drum, If by braking the sound increases then it is confirmed.
Howeverr if not the wheel bearings can be faulty, the rear hub can be faulty or the tyres are rubbing on the mudguard.
But lift up the side where you notice the noise and look for these sections, roll the wheel to confirm.

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