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  • Muhammad Amirul Mukminin Sahudin
    Daily Morning Sounds

    While grinding in itself isn't a normal brake noise, some cars may experience this issue due to accumulated moisture. Rust can build up on the rotors overnight. This can cause a grinding or squealing sound. Normal driving will remove the rust and the noise should go away.
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