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Question Details Asked:Apr 30, 2009 - 06:04 AMStatus:Closed
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If it was your brake pad you would know immediately. The car would pull to one side and you would probably hear quite a bit of noise. I would not worry about it.
yes it would make alot of noise and the brake pads cannot fall out anyways hope this helps u would here a major grinding noise while brakeing.
I took the car to a mechanic and he had never seen this happen before, either. But, it's what happened. When he took the other wheel off the brake pad fell out of that one, too!
I'd be very very interested in how this happened. Did someone try and change the pads on the vehicle recently?
No work on the breaks or wheels had been done.
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