The brakes do not have to be hot to make the sound and weather conditions do not seem to affect it. It does not sound like regular "semi-metallic" brake noise. Doing some searching and reading in Ram Forums I found the following:
Safety Issue Type: Manufacturer Communications
May 29 2019 Manufacturer Communication Number: 10162481
Components: SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC
NHTSA ID Number 10162481
Manufacturer Communication Number 9002885
CALIPER ASSEMBLY, Disc Brake, Front
For an issue with drift ONLY when braking, please replace the complete front caliper
assemblies including adapters and pads as a unit, unbolting them from the knuckle. Also
replace both front rotors, labeling right (RT) and left (LT). Call Mark at ***-***-****, if no answer leave a message with last 8 of VIN, dealer code, and mileage. Save the Caliper
Assemblies and Rotors for FasTrack return and root cause analysis.
If no response in 15 minutes, proceed with repair.
Would this not apply to my truck?
Thanks for your time and assistance!
Wednesday, January 8th, 2020 AT 2:41 PM