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My 2004 Nissan Murano makes this sound contrived (sorta like wah, wah, wah, wah), not sound like metal on metal. The sound is very clear in the right direction in most of the speeds. The sound is not there when upright, and not exist at all when the left direction. Originally we think may be due to old tires and the need for an alignment. I got a new set of tires, then them aligned. The sound is still there. I think it can be a warped rotor on the right side of the car, but somehow I want more opinions before I go and your review. What else could it be?

It brake pads. When UR had tires, the mechanic should have said that needed brakes. Since you have had that problem and noise, you might want to get your rotors turned or replaced. You can not solve the problem by just replacing UR pads. More noise is heard when you turn right because the master cylinder is in the driver's side. So from the pads are worn and the rotors are bad master cylinder is pumping harder to compress the caliper. Once let out of its brake still slightly compressed in his shoe, due to the lack of book. (is pushed beyond the left). That's why there is noise on the right. Get the brakes and rotors looked. If you replace the brakes, replacement of the rotors or have them again if you have enough metal. Do not let anyone tell you different. Also, make sure the master cylinder is not bad. Bad media Cylinder bad brakes. It's located on the fire wall, under the hood, facing the wheel. It keeps the brake fluid. If it's leaking fixtures, replaqce it!

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