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Why do my rear breaks make a grinding high rubbing sound?

(2008 Mazda Mazda5)
in Eastport, ME on January 06, 2013
When in reverse only the rear breaks make a hard grinding rubbing noise. The dealers says breaks ok. But still not acceptable. Mileage 85000 km. 4years same brakes
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on January 06, 2013
How many miles (km) since it was last checked? Hard for us to argue with a dealer that can look at the vehicle!
on January 06, 2013
78000 also rubbing noise rubber on rubber almost like the brakes are sticking on
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