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Hi Folks,

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My hyundai accent automatic 2007 1.4L is making grinding noise while using breaks to move from stationary position.

This happens if i move from P to D and also if i move from P to R and also if i move from R to D. I keep the breaks pressed for all of the above. Sound comes when pressing and when releasing the brakes.

Brakes work fine when driving, its just when they are pressed hard to stop or released from stop that you get this noise.

Is it normal or there is any inherent issue with the transmission/brakes ?
 

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My car had grinding noise at low speed when breaking hard. It felt like putting a handful of sand on the break pads. Turned out to be wheel bearing
 

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My rear drum brakes sometimes sound like they are grinding. I have found no issues or reasons for it.
 

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Does it always do it or does it just do it say, in the morning or after it's been sitting a while. Mine occasionally grinds in the morning when it's damp and I attribute it to a light build up of rust on the rear drums.
 

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My hyundai accent automatic 2007 1.4L is making grinding noise while using breaks to move from stationary position.

Take tire off and look at the guide wear pin. Its a metal tab on the brake pad. If it touches the rotor time for new pads. The wear indicator is designed to make a grinding squeal noise when the pads on the front brakes get low. If your not sure of what part it is please feel free to watch my brake service videos by clicking on my signature. Good luck.
 

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I have exact same issue and I am guessing it's the breaks.

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Hi Folks,

Second post here.

My hyundai accent automatic 2007 1.4L is making grinding noise while using breaks to move from stationary position.

This happens if i move from P to D and also if i move from P to R and also if i move from R to D. I keep the breaks pressed for all of the above. Sound comes when pressing and when releasing the brakes.

Brakes work fine when driving, its just when they are pressed hard to stop or released from stop that you get this noise.

Is it normal or there is any inherent issue with the transmission/brakes ?



My rears do this when it's damp.
 

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Does it always do it or does it just do it say, in the morning or after it's been sitting a while. Mine occasionally grinds in the morning when it's damp and I attribute it to a light build up of rust on the rear drums.
It onlt does it during stationary position when moving away or during reverse...

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All day along

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So every time you start the car and move from stop to forward or reverse it makes this noise, even if it's only been sitting a few minutes?



If that is the case, as someone else suggested you should have your brakes inspected, if you are experienced enough you can check out ikilledbarbie's videos, he has a very detailed video of how to service or replace your brakes. if not, definitely sounds like you should take it to your mechanic of choice and have them take a look at it.
 

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So every time you start the car and move from stop to forward or reverse it makes this noise, even if it's only been sitting a few minutes?



If that is the case, as someone else suggested you should have your brakes inspected, if you are experienced enough you can check out ikilledbarbie's videos, he has a very detailed video of how to service or replace your brakes. if not, definitely sounds like you should take it to your mechanic of choice and have them take a look at it.
Its a non-issue for automatic....looks like all automatics do this..its due to transmission trying to go forward/backward and relasing brakes slowly basically grinds them.... I am more used to it now and no more sounds.

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