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Old 01-14-2013, 02:35 PM
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So i have the infamous train noise in reverse. It only does it in reverse and still does it if going backwards when i click into neutral. After searching for a while ive come to the conclusion that this is the ebrake and/or rotors if that sounds right. Anyway what would you guys suggest as ive seen reports as it only going away for a few months with a rotor swap. Should i get aftermarket rotors or ebrakes? Or factory? Or any suggestions?
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