my 2004 F250 power stroke 2 wheel dr.the front driver side hub got very hot so i replaced the wheel bearings & races this was fine for about a week then i checked it getting hot again ?
front driver side hub Got very hot.. replaced wheel bearings they had a little pitting on
them but not comeing apart..after a week of driveing short trips was fine then drove
about 15 mi. noticed truck pulling a little to the left..stopped to check driver side
heating up again jacked it up this morning no noise no play wheel turns fine checked
the spindle nut its ok put the cotter pin back in drove it 3 mi.. no pulling no heating up
the breaks look good could this be a caliper problem?
Could be a hanging caliper. When you do brakes do you make sure the caliper pins slide and are properly lubricated?
There are a few things I have came across, the caliper sticking is one, the hose's are another, then there is the possibility of too much moisture in the brake system that will turn to steam and start to apply the brakes as you drive and use the brakes normally. But the calipers are the most common.
made apt to carry it in next week to dealer but I will lube slide pins and see if it works im getting to old to work on trucks lol thanks
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