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2000 Diesel F250 Super duty 4x4. I have front wheel play up and down on the brake rotor, but not the studs coming through. The studs are solid but the rotor is sloppy. Any idea what is loose?

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If you can move the wheel assembly up and down with the tire mounted solid, it sounds like the bearings are shot. This is a "sealed" unit and you can't service them.

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