worn brakes could be the cause or check the A frame bushings
This is probably due to worn brake rotors on the brakes, if there is no vibration when driving then this will be the cause.
Front wheel shudder could come from worn tires, bad brakes, or worn front end components. Check all of these to find the cause of the shudder.
What would cause a grinding noise after a tire is replaced and the brakes are not worn?
Possible worn out brakes
brakes that are dirty or worn out. also check your shock absorbers or springs. or a worn bearing
Assuming I understand your question: The brakes are worn on one side because they are only or primarily working on that side. This should cause the car to pull toward that side when braking.
Worn out brakes.
Yes.... the brakes will make a "metallic" sound when the brakes are getting worn.
I tried to warn you that those brakes were worn out.
worn front end parts (steering or suspension) could cause a car to shake when appling the brakes.
warped drum. worn out brake shoes.
If you have vibration when you use the brakes, the most likely cause will be warped or excessively worn rotors, usually on the front wheels. Unless you are familiar with working on brakes, it is best to take the car to a qualified mechanic for service or repair.
Possibly a worn engine and/or gearbox mounting or exhaust mounting
Which ever axle the brakes have worn out.
Your pads or discs are worn. The brakes will fail soon if not replaced.
in VW's when you have the breaks adjusted out too far they tend to grab when reversing. There is an auto adjuster in the rear drum to keep your rear brakes adjusting. If the brakes are worn out they will "hang up" after reverse and cause squeeling.
only thing i know that will make brkes grind, is worn out brakesmaybe have em checked at a different mechanic
The brake pads could be worn out
Probably a worn wheel bearing...have it looked at by a technician before it seizes.
your brakes are sticking need servicing asap
most likely a bad axle or maybe wheel bearing Check to see if the inner mud guard isn't rubbing at some point. Axle should be a click or thumping, not a scrape. Brakes worn on that side more and you are down to metal possibly.
If the brake pads are not worn out check the backing plate. It is the thin metal plate behind the brake rotor, sometimes it will get bent and rub on the brake rotor.
The road surface could be slippery, your brake pads could be worn, your tyres could be worn, your brakes could be faulty.
Possibly warped brake rotor/worn brake pads. Get this checked out.