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post #1 of 2 Old 03-31-2012, 04:00 PM Thread Starter
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new to jeep and needs some help

i just bought my jeep 2 wks ago........
i need some help.... when i bought it i thought the rear end noise was just a ebrake rubbing...... but today i replaced all brakes and rotors and removed the ebrakes...... cause i couldnt get them to stop rubbing on new rotor.......

im in need of a mechanic in pa near uniontown or surrounding areas. to look at my rubbing sound that im getting in doesnt sound like wheel bearings cause the noise doesnt change when i go around a turn.... just gets louder with speed.

anyone hlep me out.....or point me wher to go that is reasonable.....

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post #2 of 2 Old 04-01-2012, 06:43 PM
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Take it to a garage to get it diagnosed, chances are they'll do that for free, or very little and from there you'll know whats wrong and you can find someone to fix it or maybe even fix it yourself, if its something as small and adjusting the emergency brake cable, they might just do it for free and call it done since its so easy and thats what sounds like is the problem.

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