grinding/catching during deceleration
Last week I was having issues with brakes on a 2010 Chrysler Town and Country. Felt/sounded like catching/grinding with each revolution anytime I applied the brakes. Took it to Monro (only place open on Sunday), and got a hefty bill. Things include on bill were ceramic pad, brake rotor, reman caliper, and wheel bearing, looks like all done on rear brakes. A week later, and getting similar (but not identical) grinding sound, but mostly with deceleration BEFORE I apply the brakes. Typically disappears when brakes are applied, but sometimes doesn’t appear until I start applying the brakes.
Want people’s opinion on whether they think it might be a new problem or botched repair job. Would like to take it back to same place, but don’t want someone pulling a fast one on me if it was a botched job. Suggestions?
Did they check the front brakes? I wouldn't think anything would be wrong with the rear brakes and wheels now.
Not sure if they did. Hard to tell, but sounds like it might be coming from the front. Is what they did standard repair that's hard to F up?
You would have to have no experience doing a brake repair to F it up. Monro does this all day long. Just take it back, tell them what is going on and to check the front brakes, and just have them take a look a the rear brakes to insure everything is ok.
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