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So yesterday, I took a trip offroading, and on the way home, I noticed that my front end was squeeking. Was just thinking, okay great, break pads again. This morning I pulled everything apart, put anti squeal all over every metal contact. Still getting it. Checked the wheel bearings, they seem fine. But now, it sounds like a pad indicator hitting a rotor, but it's not as sharp of a noise.Still pretty sharp, but like its just a low noise. Also after driving around for a bit, like 20 miles, you can hear almost like a clicking. It's kinda like when you shove a card in a bicycle wheel, but it seems like its clicking pretty slow. The clicking is occuring in normal driving that i've noticed, and the squeeking only occurs when on the breaks. Ideas?
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2000 Dodge ram 1500 Offroad edition smoked windows, 2 10" kickers, Viper Alarm, Pioneer speakers in all 4 doors, Flowmaster 40 Duals, Procomp 6031 series wheels on 285 70r17 Cooper Discoverer's
front axle u-joints.
with truck on the ground and in 2wd, reach around the tire and grab the inner half of the u-joint/axle and twist it back and forth. should be no movement and no sound. you'll probably hear a familar click click.