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Ihave something clicking or buzzing in the cab

Ihave something clicking or buzzing in the cab it goes away when i touch the brake pedal seems to be coming from under the steering wheel

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Most likely warped disc rotor(S)
forget it until time for front brakes then put new unmachined rotors on

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