Question about Dodge Ram 3500
Chances are the calipers are sticking, you can check this by taking a suitable tool and prying the pistons back into the housings [ careful not to damage the surface of the rotor ]. If the calipers are bad you won't be able to and will need to be replaced. Another cause could be the flex hoses, sometimes they will seperate inside and let the fluid flow only one way locking the calipers. You can check this by opening the bleeder screw on the caliper and see if it loosens it's grip rotating the wheel.
Note: the pistons in the calipers should only back-off enough to let the wheel to rotate with a very slight drag.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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