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Front passenger brakegrabs and does not free spin

When driving at 65-70 on the freeway the front passenger vibrates and with the front on jack stands the passenger you spin the wheel it makes a 1/4 of a turn and stops. is this due to the proportioning valve?

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  • joeboo57 Apr 03, 2009

    would that be the inner or outer bearing.

  • joeboo57 Apr 03, 2009

    I only changed the caliper for that side and you can see that the brake sinching down on the rotor.

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If youve changed the brake pads its probly the hub bearing dodges are real bad with these going out

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