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  • James Tang
    A good way to test whether it's your front or rear brakes having issues is to conduct a quick test:
    1. While driving, slowly brake and listen out for noise.
    2. Repeat this step, this time using your emergency brake.
    3. If you hear a noise while braking normally, it's likely that the issue is with your front brakes.
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