Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
It could be an axle bearing. Does it only do it when you apply the brakes or does it do it just going down the road. If it does it when applying the brakes then it is in the brakes, check everything and insure that it is correctly install and that they are not hung up wearing out the pads and rotors. If it does it while going down the road and not when brakes are applied the it is probably a wheel bearing or an axle bearing. Jack up the truck and support on stands, turn the wheels and see if you can get it to recreate the noise by turning the wheels.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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