no, that sounds like the brakes are grinding because the are ready to be changed, check them out immediately.
Check or have them checked immediatley. They are going to fail REAL soon.
You need new brakes. IF its really bad you're going to need new rodars.
The best way to know when your automobile needs brakes is when they start squeaking, grinding against metal, leaking brake fluid and the pedal going to the floor.
Bad wheel bearing is one possibility.
out of balance
Sounds like cv joints
A wheel bearing could be going bad in a 2002 Ford Focus if a grinding or rubbing sound is heard. A trip to a mechanic is advised as a bad wheel bearing that's not fixed can lead to damaged brakes.
sounds like your drive axles are going bad.
Brakes, wheel bearing.
A grinding noise when braking can occur when the brake pads are going bad. You are hearing the brake grinding on the metal discs.
many reasons, steering pump, cv joints may be going out, or you could be grinding some plastic that goes around the wheel
If your brakes work going backwards better than forwards, you should replace your front brakes. You can get your rotors turned to save time, as well.
Could be loose or damaged wire connections. I find that when something odd happens to a vehicle, I look carefully around where it was last worked on.
slowly push it along then pull the brakes, if it stops, THE BRAKES WORK!!! if it keeps going, THE BRAKES DON'T WORK!!! IT'S ROCKET SCIENCE!!!
Aircraft have disc brakes, but they're different from automotive disc brakes: the calipers are the same size as the rotors and they have pads going all the way around. On a really big plane, like an airliner, there are multiple discs.
Could be something caught in your brakes, but it could also be something more serious. You or your mechanic should check it out soon. It could be the bearing failing, and that wouldn't be good to have it fail at 60+ MPH. Or your wheel bearings are going out.
you either need to bleed your brakes, add fluid or get a master cylinder email@example.com
You wouldn't want to be going down an incline (a hill) and find you have no brakes!
I know on Jeeps they use a soft rotor supposedly to quiet the brakes. The average mileage for their rotors is supposed to be around 13,000. I changed my rotors and have not had this problem since and I'm going on 30,000.
Usually it'll be a grinding sound.
Going around the corners of the square, have piles of 2, 1, 2 and 1 at each corner.
A lot of times the grinding sound that is heard when going over bumps is actually the car scraping the cement. If it is not a serious problem then the best thing to do would be to drive slow over the bumps.
I'm going to bet they are drum style brakes. I have a 1999 Luminia, and they are drums on it.
To stop a standard transmission from grinding into third gear, check the level of the transmission fluid. If the noise continues, consult a mechanic.