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Old 06-13-2012, 05:26 PM
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vibration/noise when brakes are applied

i have an 02 f350 i just got it out of the shop, they pulled the trans. and rebuilt it and put it back in. I has on the way home and everytime I apply the brakes i can feel vibration in the pedel and when its in park i can also hear noise coming from under the hood when the brakes are applied, i did not have problems like this with the truck before they worked on . any help will be apperciated thanks .
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Old 06-13-2012, 06:14 PM
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brakes noise

no ABS light on ?? Or your brakes need bleeding
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Old 06-13-2012, 06:21 PM
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there is no ABS light, and why would my brakes need bleeding all of sudden? I havent worked on the brakes for about a month or 2, and i only replaced all brake pads and the 2 front rotors
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Check your powersteering fluid.
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Old 06-15-2012, 04:48 AM
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The powersteeeing fluid is not low but its really dirty I found on here that the PS and the brakes are hooked up togeather and I here the same noise when I turned the wheel also now so I think the PS is going out but I'm going to try to flush it first before I replace it
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Old 06-15-2012, 05:51 AM
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if it were me i think i would take it back to the shop that pulled and replaced the Transmission to at least find out exactly what the mechanic did - Of course explaining to them that this issue SEEMS to be a direct result of the Tranny work. I mean how do you know they did accidentally kink or crimp one of the fluid lines or disconnnect one of the lines allowing air in the system in their process of remove and replace of the tranny. Just a thought
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I was going to but I figured they will say its not their fault do to that there they don't touch nothing of the PS and I didn't want look stupid and I'm not much of a complainer but. I used a little hand held siphon pump to remove some of the bad fluid but I could only get a little out of time so I but in ttans fluid in started it then turn the wheel and pump the brakes then siphon it out again I did about a quart , and it still whines but not as loud so I'm going to do the proper way by taking the return line off and flush it that way and see if it fix it completely
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