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My two front tires locked up.

It sounded like metal was grinding against each other for the longest time while i was driving it. than one day the tires completely locked up on me. dont know what what happened.

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  • Andy Roldan
    Andy Roldan Dec 18, 2012

    the brakes are all good. some people were saying its the front differential. but thats gonna cost about $550 to replace. the brakes and transmission works great.

  • babyb0y_1634
    babyb0y_1634 Dec 18, 2012

    their is another part that is called the acutator and it is a bit more than a transfer case. I had to replace mine just recently as well and will cost around 600 for just the part. Depending on who works on the vechile would depend on the amount of labor. I would have the vechile checked out by a ASE master technician to determine the true cause of the problem. Best of luck to you and soory i could be more help

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It sounds like you blew the pistons out of the calipers and locked up oyur front brakes completely. Best solution is to do a complete brake job. pads, rotors, calipers to sovle the problem.

Posted on Dec 17, 2012

  • Andy Roldan
    Andy Roldan Dec 18, 2012

    the brakes are all good. some people were saying its the front differential. but thats gonna cost about $550 to replace. the brakes and transmission works great.

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