What could possibilities be of running up on something now making noise when turning and braking

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Asked by Jan 23, 2016 at 06:29 PM about the 2010 Hyundai Elantra Blue

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Just trying to find out what it will cost for repairs

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7,645

which qyestion do u want answered it could be you warped the rotors what did you run up on

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Bricks

7,645

is their anything under the vehicle that is visibly bent

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Trim on bottom of bumper and fog light unarrached. Flat front passenger tire .

7,645

have you ever changed brake before

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No

7,645

it is not hard ill explain it but you can look it up on youtube if you need clarification jack the car up and support it on a jack stand, take tire off step two take the brake caliper off usually two screws or alen wrench keys remove and hang it from the strut coil with a short length of rope the remove the rotor bracket and the rotor might be stuck hit the back of it with a rubber mallet

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Thank you so much could I fix myself or would it cost much

7,645

fix it yourself the reason is if it is your only vehicle it will take less time to do it yourself than wait for a shop watch a video on it on youtube if you need to

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