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There is a kind of whistling noise coming from one of the rear wheels, when i press the brakes the noise goes away. its a 2002 ford mondeo.

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    Fernand Luc Bergeron Jan 03, 2011

    have you tried turning the wheel by hand while it's off the ground and wheels blocked in the front ?

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If you have disk brakes, it is probably the wear sensor touching the rotor.

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