Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
Your brake caliper is sticking. If you do your own brakes, get a set of new pads and replace them, while you are at it pull the caliper apart and lube up the pins, we have had good luck using the anti-squeal brake grease on them, but you may find something better. My mom's montero did this after they lived in Colorado for a year, the road salts and mag chloride that they apply for snow are very hard on the undersides of your vehicle.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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