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My car just had new tires put on the back of car and the back tires were rotated to the front a few weeks ago. Now, I am hearing grinding on the drivers front tire and the steering wheel shakes when coming to a stop. Also, i was rear-ended and had the car in the shop getting a new trunk. Could it be dirt, or a rock stuck? When tires were rotated, they were balanced and aligned and I was told the brakes were still good (they have about another 30,000 - 40,000 miles left) is what I was told. My car is a 2009 cobalt LT and have not had the brakes changed....help!

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If it's a little rock, try going backwards and braking. Sometimes this will dislodge any debris stuck between the pad and the rotor.
 

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It's happened to me a few times on either vehicles. That and the garage bending the rotor shield when removing and installing wheels.
 
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