As I was driving down an icy, dirt road, I was applying the brakes and the ABS was "pulsing", there was a loud grinding noise from the front passenger side wheel. Suddenly, the front wheels appeared to lock up and the rear end of the truck spun around. I had to take the truck out of gear and put it back in drive to continue. I was able to get the truck home but the grinding from the front passenger side wheel was very loud and as I came to each stop, the wheel locked up and I was unable to proceed until I took it out of gear and then put it back in drive. If I were on a downhill slope at a stop sign, I had to put the transmission in reverse, back up slightly, then back to drive before I could move forward. Out of curiosity, I went to an empty parking lot, put the truck in reverse, backed up at a fairly good speed and distance, applied the brakes and there was no grinding or lock up? Your thoughts and remedy on this situation would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
have the same problem?
Sunday, December 14th, 2014 AT 5:47 AM