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 I have a 2011 Chevy Avalanche. Did a complete front brake job on my truck. Rotors and ceramic pads. When driving, brakes performs well. No problems on the road. The problem I have is that when I pull into the garage, I have to bring it in slow the last couple of feet because of my motorcycle directly in front of the truck. When I do this, I let the truck move ahead slowly while still having pressure on the brake pedal. This is when I hear a loud grunting noise on the drivers side only. Rechecked drivers side and found nothing. Did brake jobs before, and this is the first problem I ever had!

 

Does anyone know what would cause this, or what to check for?  

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