When driving on the highway at speeds over 50 miles per hour my wheels seem to occasionally lock up for a brief second causing a loud urch sound as if my tire just caught pavement and it releases just as quickly. This happens on or off the accelerator not when braking. It happens three to four times in a twenty Mile Stretch. It feels like the front wheels. I have changed the rear brake pads and rotors and the front pads. The caliper pistons go in just fine with a C clamp. It takes a little bit of force but they don't seem to be seizing. I have bled the breaks. When on jack stands there is no play in the tires so I do not think it could be wheel bearings, but I could be wrong. There are no other noises associated when driving or breaking. I do not see any visible damage anywhere under the truck. No check engine light or warnings on the dashboard. This is been happening consistently for three weeks. As a side note, because I have no idea what is causing this, I did just replace a fuel pump that failed two weeks after this problem started.
have the same problem?
Thursday, May 5th, 2016 AT 7:41 AM