A BAD Axle or Wheel Bearing.!!! Is that only happening while the brakes are applied, or all the time? It could be that the inner pads are worn down to the metal, and whoever checked the brakes, missed it. One only has to rub fingers on the back side of the rotor to confirm this. If the pads are not suare with the rotor, they will look good from the top, but will be cutting up the rotor at the bottom. If it makes the noise all the time, then you might have a wheel bearing out, or a tire breaking down/worn tread. When the brakes were checked did they check the bearings? is this sound coming only from the front? if heard in the rear as well check that the emergency brakes are not locking up.
If you suspect something, get them checked. If you get vibration while applying the brakes, get them checked. If you get grinding noise from the brakes, get them checked.
Have your brakes checked, rust or wear on brakes can cause grinding when turning.
Check or have them checked immediatley. They are going to fail REAL soon.
only thing i know that will make brkes grind, is worn out brakesmaybe have em checked at a different mechanic
It could be a few things hub bearings, brakes, ball joints or possibly the CV axle. I would have it checked and then fix the problem at home if it is within your ability.
You probably have something wrong with your engine, or brakes. You should really have that checked.
Worn out brakes.
my brakes squeek do i need new brakes??? More than likely it's just a build up of brake dust causing the squealing best advise I can offer is to have the brakes checked & cleaned As long as the brakes are not grinding you should be OK for a little while
I understand the brakes have been checked, but please take the jeep to another place. It sound like your brake pads and mabe the roaters will need replaceing. hope this helps
The brake pads are worn out and need to be replaced. The grinding sound means your brakes are about to stop working.
my guess would be to have your brakes checked... or maybe you are dragging something...
Your pads or discs are worn. The brakes will fail soon if not replaced.
your brakes are about to give out... you should go to wal-mart and have them replace them
no, that sounds like the brakes are grinding because the are ready to be changed, check them out immediately.
Finding a place to get car brakes checked should not present a problem. Sears, Pep Boys, Meineke, Firestone, Goodyear and Midas are all places where one can get their car brakes checked.
What would cause a grinding noise after a tire is replaced and the brakes are not worn?
have your brakes checked
It means it is time to have your brakes checked.
have the back brakes checked sometimes they can sound like the front
Check your brakes(pads and rotors)
Check your brakes every 6 months to see what type of wear and tear is happening. Of course if you hear a metal grinding or feel a shimmy in the front end have them checked at that time. Newer cars have sensors that indicate when brakes are bad. I usually have my brakes checked when I have my tires changed, about once a year. Depending on the amount of driving you do this could vary. Brakes have a 'squeal' factor to them, also. If you hear a high pitched squeal when you step on the brakes, it is an indicator that they should be checked and probably replaced. Dealerships check the brakes at the same time they do tuneups. Next time you take the car in, ask for a list of the items they check at the tune up times. Most check every 15,000 miles, or about once a year.
Have the brakes checked.
If your brakes feel like they are pulling you should get them checked out. These brakes may need to be replaced.
Could be, in need of brakes or wheel bearing failure,