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Got the brake pads replaced 3 weeks ago. I went on a long trip today and I can feed the back weels rubbing again :bigcry:

What could my problem be? I am going to take my x-trail back to the dealer tomorrow but I dont want to be bluffed. Could the pads be faulty?
 

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It may not be your pads, it could be your shoes that need backing off at the drums.Take look at the sticky in How to section Parking Brake adjustment, it's a simple procedure for any one that has a little bit of D.I.Y mechanics knowledge.
 

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Yeah just as you suspectrd it was not the pads the caliper was siezed. Got a second hand one 50 pounds. Thanks for the help. :thumbs:
 
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