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    hi Guys!

    my brake gets loose means i have to push it more to floor and there is grinding noise from rear when i apply the brakes. what can be the issue?


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    change the disc pads at front and brake shoes at rear.

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    Buddy,

    Please replace your brake shoes immediately or you will ruin on drums. Replace front pads too if havnt replaced them in the while. Get good ones.

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    Thanks guys for the replies yes i got these checked and it was matter of rear brake shoes getting really dirty..cleaning them up solved the noise issue.

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