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Change your pads, have the rotors cut, refaced, it's no big deal :)

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Your brake pads are worn down and the metal backing on the brake pad is now rubbing against the brake rotors most likely its the front brakes being they are 75% of your braking power.Cost for new ones anywhere from $35-$95.00 each depending on model of car.Labor not included

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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Time to change the pads, if its grinding your most likely going to need new rotors, they hardly service them anymore, the sooner you change them the better chance you have of not replacing the rotors but it's recommended.

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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Sounds like it is time to replace the brake pads. i would do it quickly before you ruin the rotors.

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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