Believe it or not I have had a vehicle come into the shop where they’ve had new brake pads installed. Seems to make a scraping sound while braking. Turned out one of the brake pads was installed backward, with the metal backing installed towards the rotor. Actually have seen it more than a few times now over the years.
First thing would be to find out when this problem started. Did it start after doing a regular brake job that was done because of worn out brake pads? Or was it doing this before initially replacing any parts?
Also by scrubbing, are you talking about a scraping noise? Perhaps a sounds of something rubbing while the brakes are applied.
It’s more like a thumping noise when brakes are applied but I don’t wanna let it go i was going to get everything fixed it just can’t keep putting money into this car it’s not leading me anywhere but stuck at phase one all over again .