Question about 2000 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cabs
Do u have the wheel bearings adjusted correctly? if the wheel has to much play the rotor moves when u turn and depresses the pistons in the caliper a little, then when u go to hit the brakes the piston must move back out to touch the rotor, it only takes a small amount of excessive play to cause this, here is how u properly adjust the wheel bearings, turn the spindle nut in with a pair of channel lock pliers while you rotate the disc with your hand until it just snug, then back it off and repeat, this seats the bearings, next slightly loosen the spindle nut and then turn until it is just snug, then turn it just a few degrees more tight, this is a proper preload, if this doesn't cure the problem then you may have a bad wheel bearing or other issue causing the rotor to move around.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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