This is a discussion on grinding noice while turning within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I just started getting this grinding (rubbing) noise after I changed my rear brakes. I checked the pads and the ...
I just started getting this grinding (rubbing) noise after I changed my rear brakes. I checked the pads and the rotor a couple weeks afterwards and did not see any signs what could be causing the noise. It happens only when I make turns. And most of the time only when I am making a left hand turn (at least that is when I notice it the most). Does anyone have any idea on what this could me?
nope. It is stock tires and wheels. All of the suspension is good.
Well, you should probably recheck your pads then. Make sure it's sitting flush. If it happened after you changed your brakes, then common sense would suggest you didn't place your pads/rotors in correctly.
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I would likely bet that the contact is with the dust shield on the backing plate.
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Yeah, tear the rear backing plates off then you'll have room for some legacy rotors
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