because youi probably have ABS breaking system which does NOT lock the brakes up on ice but grabs the rotors a 100 times a minute making that "groaning" noise you mentioned which is totally normal. Be glad for that groan. If you were really 'locking' up as you say-your car would be just an unstoppable sliding object with no way to control it except for some minor corrections by swerving r or l. That groaning is saving your life. And-If your ABSOLUTELY positive you don't have ABS then the rumbling and groaning are from what? Passengers praying? But locked up brakes on ice should not be rumbling and groaning. good luck
Possible warped rotor. Turning rotors doesn't get rid of warp. Brake shop needs to check for this and replacement of rotor is cure for this problem
The audience groan at the cheesy joke.I hear him groan in pain.
Groaned is the past tense of groan.
groan grown = the past participle of grow
You cant control a moan...a groan is intentional.
when I am older i will hope i wont groan as much
The plural of groan is groans. As in "he groans as he realises it is Monday again".
Groan is a noun when it is used in the following context: The class let out a loud groan when the teacher announced they were having an exam.It may also be a verb, as in: You will groan when you find out we are having an exam.
We groan every time the coach makes us run more laps.With a loud groan, he shut of the alarm and got out of bed.
I distinctly heard the motorcycle's suspension groan when the man alit. My feeble attempts at humor often make my audience groan in agony.
GROAN is an anagram for the element ARGON and the musical instrument ORGAN.
The poem and summary for the soul's groan to christ for succor
Groan is a verb. If someone or something does something, that something is a verb.
jug jug spag
yes, as they heat up or cool down they groan
She didn't groan.
GroanThe students groan loudly when they have to go outside for recess due to good weather.