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Old April 30th, 2016, 07:41 PM
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Grinding Noise

Hi,

Occasionally when I stop in my 110 I hear a grinding noise from the rear. Goes away quickly and has only happened twice. Any ideas on why?

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Hi, Occasionally when I stop in my 110 I hear a grinding noise from the rear. Goes away quickly and has only happened twice. Any ideas on why? Thanks Ben
When you are slowing or when you are actually stopped?
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When I am slowing. It has only happened twice. First time it went away as soon as I started again. Second time lasted a few seconds after I started again.
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When I am slowing. It has only happened twice. First time it went away as soon as I started again. Second time lasted a few seconds after I started again.
Brake shoes?
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It does sound like it - will get it checked out - thanks for your help.
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