Hey wats up, my question today is i recently changed my brakes and rotors on my 2003 lancer?
reason for doing so was i could hear grinding or some noise of rubbing so i changed an installed new. after doing so i thought that would take care of my problem an well it seems i didnt cuz the noies is still there. it does it worse when i slow down to turn. why is that?
I would check the rear brakes. Many people including techs have been fooled by sound carrying and appearing to come from the wrong end.
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