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Old 09-01-2013, 11:57 AM
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Let idiot friend do burnout now making odd groaning...Help

So yea I know I'm new here but I follow a lot of threads.

I have a 2002 F250 7.3 CCSB 4wd and I was dumb and let my buddy do a powerbrake burnout. Well after the brakes were acting kind of funny but now they seem back to normal. Well my truck developed this odd groaning noise when going in reverse. It's coming from the rear and since I had brake issues I am wondering if my brakes are binding/grabbing in reverse for some reason. I have disc brakes in the rear. I am going to take off the wheel tomorrow to inspect anything, but before I do was hoping you guys had any ideas. Could he have messed up my rearend? If so wouldn't I notice this while driving forward as well? I would think I would.

Any help or ideas would be helpful. Also no idiot lights came on at any time.

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Dave

FYI I will not be letting him drive my truck anymore lol
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Youve got a sticking brake probably... i had the same issue caused by a dirty slider pin
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Yea I'm thinking the same thing. I am suspecting the drivers side because I smelled some brake pad burning. I am going to open it up tomorrow to inspect everything. The funny thing is the truck did a 1 wheel burnout and the drivers side was the side not to burn rubber.


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could be the E drum since I find it strange for a disc to only make noise in reverse

but ??
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It's not likely the E drum. I would bet you're going to find something like this.



That's what I found when I had the same symptom
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Old 09-01-2013, 04:23 PM
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I would bet you're going to find something like this.
a recovered part of the Titanic ?
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The pads frozen tight against the rotor? Or is there something else I am missing?

Did yours make the same sound mine is?

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a recovered part of the Titanic ?
Women and children please....women and children!
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Thats funny funny !!
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a recovered part of the Titanic ?
If that's a comment about the rust, let me welcome you to Canada lol. I had replace everything with pretty new stuff since that picture.


OP

Look at the wear on the pads. Compare top to bottom in the picture, they are worn on an angle because my top slider had frozen in place.
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