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Old 06-04-2012, 08:15 AM
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Loud screaching and rubbing

Started the truck up this morning and turned on the on ramp to the highway and I had a loud screeching and rubbing/grinding noise that came from what sounded like front passenger wheel? But then just as I was going to pull over it stopped and went away once i hit about 60 mph. I am wondering what everyone thinks this might be. My truck is a 2005 F350 4x4. Any and all help would be appreciated.

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Old 06-04-2012, 08:26 AM
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Might want to check your hubs
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Seriously, , a rock stuck in the caliper.

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Old 06-04-2012, 10:45 AM
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Well I will have to put it on the hoist tonight! I hope it could only be a rock. Thought it might have been a wheel bearing but if it was it should do it all the time right?
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Old 06-04-2012, 11:52 AM
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I have a noise coming from the front driver side. Thought it was a wheel hub. Wasted $250 on wheel hub. Cause that didn't fix it. All my u-joints feel tight. So I have no clue. Hope someone comes up with something for you. Maybe it will help solve my problem as well


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Well I will have to put it on the hoist tonight! I hope it could only be a rock. Thought it might have been a wheel bearing but if it was it should do it all the time right?
Wheel bearing, yes, usually starts out as a rumble or grumble though. If it starts screeching your wheel should be falling off soon.

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Old 06-04-2012, 12:44 PM
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Mine starts at about 3 mph. And continues. Wheel bearing is all in one with the wheel hub. I replaced mine still no change.


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Mine starts at about 3 mph. And continues. Wheel bearing is all in one with the wheel hub. I replaced mine still no change.


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You might have stuck caliper pins, some break pads have wear indicators designed to make noise, some pads just make noise for no good reason.

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I replaced both sides with new calipers pad and rotors. 2 weekends before I replaced the wheel hub assembly. It's has to be a U Joint hopefully not the gears or transfer case.


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