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My car was not properly jacked up and fell. Was making noise mechanic thought it was the rotor and replace it. still makes grinding noise. What could be causing to still be making noise

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The dust shield behind rotor could be touching wheel or rotor,safly jack up vehice take tire off of suspected side, inspect dust shield carefully if bent . id shouldnt take much to straighten out.

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take it to a mech, and get it fixed , you busted the brakes.
its dangerous to drive too.
if DIY guy, with tools, then you can do this.
spin the rotor (use jack stands and not get killed)
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Sometimes the brake rotor dust cover plate can rub against the rotor and make a grinding/scraping sound. Raise the car, remove the wheel, and check the clearance between the dust cover and the rotor.

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Are your pads warn out ??
Is it metal on metal ?
If you can not determine if you pads are warn out - you should not attempt to replace pads and rotors yourself..

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Sounds like it is your hub bearings.  Jack the car up and check for play in the hub bearings.  More than likely this is your issue and the bearings need to be replaced.  Hope this helps.  Thanks for an honest rating.

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