Has any one experienced this problem

Asked by Dec 05, 2011 at 07:29 PM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Have a 2008 mustang it makes a scraping sound underneath frond end of car sounds like
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Is it manual? I'm not sure if this would be the throw out bearing. When the bearing is shot, it sounds like an extremely loud dying pig. But if it's automatic, I'm not sure. I only work on manual Mustangs.

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start by checking your brakes.a caliper could be sticking.

235

That's a possibility as well.

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get your brakes checked asap. Also make sure that the last person to work on your car properely seated the caliper and that its not rubbing on the inside of the wheel (ive seen it before...) Does it happen all the time or is it intermittent?

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