Ford Taurus Brake Pads on 1994 Ford Taurus

My brakes are making a grinding sound what should I do?

by in Alturas, CA on February 09, 2009
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ANSWER by on February 09, 2009
A grinding noise means that your brake pads are worn out go to Repairpal.com and get a free estimate.
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