I have a 2003 Dodge Dakota.

I have a 2003 Dodge Dakota.

I have a 2003 Dodge Dakota. When I'm backing and turning the steering wheel to the right, I hear a grinding sound. It's quiet turning the other way. I had the noise before I changed all four brake pads. The rotors were turned and are not near minimum. What's could be causing it?

It could be a tire rubbing on the inner wheel well. Or it might be a problem with the steering stop on the right or left side.

—Andrew Markel
Editor, Brake & Front End Magazine

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