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Odometer 119,000 miles-on dive at 10mph short grinding sound in engine.

Oil leaks, short ginding sound at 10mph speed then gone then continue grinding sound everyttime I slow down.

it was running well but today the grinding sound continues every slow down.

Please give clue on this symptom before going to mechanic.
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    My breaks were checked and found to be fine. It doesn't change with braking and only noticible at very low speeds and with first startup.

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Have you had your brake pads checked? you could be running metal to metal causing major damage. if this it the problem the noize is more noticable as you use the brakes, and makes a real grind just as you come to a stand still.
If you look at you rims you may see dark gray/black powder with matal flakes.this is the worn one do both sides.....

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