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Old 05-07-2019, 05:34 AM   #1
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Default Brake Sensor issues?

My 2006 sport has a weird rattle, sounds like its come from under the back end of the suv, when going over small bumps. No idea what it could be, but I've read online it could be a sway bar issue? Lorem Ipsum Temp Mail 10 Minute Mail Also my dashboard sporadically started beeping yesterday saying to check the brake pads, they look like they have alot left, so was wondering if it could be a sensor issue? Any insight would be helpful. Also if anyone knows of a good mechanic in Vegas I would appreciate recommendations.

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Old 05-07-2019, 07:59 AM   #2
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Rattle in the rear is more than likely a bushing issue, either sway bars or other bushings.

Brake pads, even with what looks like a bit of pads, they have a sensor that will rub and when it breaks the sensor the dash light will come on and the brakes need to be replaced and a new sensor installed (normally separate parts).
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