I can understand how that would cause a problem, but on my truck it is always just the front right that has the problem. None of the others try and stick or hold. Would that cause a problem with just one wheel?
Not really. Once everything has been replaced it seems fine until the right front caliper seems to hold and is very slow releasing. There is a noise once in a while that happens just before completing a stop. It sounds like the four wheel drive is trying to lock in and right before the truck stops there is a very slight clang and it stops. Its seems random and sometimes can go several months before it happens again.
Hi. I'm Dave,
Your the other expert has opted out, so I will try to assist you. Have you checked to see if the right side brake hose could be the problem?
You need to determine if the problem is MECHANICAL or if the problem is HYDRAULIC.
Raise the vehicle up and make sure it is properly supported (lift or jack stands). Remove both of the front wheels.
Get in the vehicle and start the engine and step HARD on the brake pedal. Get out and see if the right caliper/hub will turn by hand. Compare the effort required to turn it with the effort required to turn the left side. (I sort-of assume you have already done this, but I am telling you this just in case you have not)
If the right side is hard to turn, or will not turn at all, open the bleeder screw on the right caliper. If brake fluid squirts out under pressure and the caliper releases, replace the brake hose.
Let me know how this goes. We can check for other things if needed.
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