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RUBBING NOISE In the past few days, my car started making a loud 'rubbing' noise when I turn left. Sometimes it does it when I'm going straight... right after a stop. It appears to be coming from the back end of the car.. and is getting progressively worse. Any thoughts?

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  • kevbo108 Sep 01, 2008

    I've never towed anything with my car ever.. .so I'm not sure that would be the problem. I did check the tires, though, and there's no unusual wear.

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    My car makes a rubbing noise and lunges forward when I stop

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Check to see if the rear tires are making contact with the rear struts or springs, sometimes if you tow a heavy load with these cars it bends the spring perchs down and they rub on the inside tread of the tire, also be sure you have the right tire size on the car please rate -jeff

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