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4X4 jerks forward and backwards

When going backwards and forwards ingaged in 4X4 , truck jerks, especially when wheels turn. also after few km, "rubbin" sound comes from under the truck

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SOURCE: 2009 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 TRD,

could be dirt or gravel in the brake drums or disc. Try flushing with garden hose from the inside

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