Question about 2005 Dodge Durango
While I usually defer to Haynes myself this usually means the bearings are pressed into the hub. They can still be replaced. If the squeal started as chirping it maybe your brake pads chirper. You still have good brakes for the moment but the little clip that makes contact in the groove to gauge wear is making contact or something has pushed that in. I would start by removing the brake pads and checking that groove first. If it is shinny from contact then replace the pads to make sure that isn't that problem. If your vehicle came with tire pressure sensors make sure that hasn't fallen into the rotor area. Worse case scenario, you get it open and all the brake components are good and you have to change the rotor/hub assembly which is exactly where your at now.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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