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2013 FX4 SuperCrew

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  1. CdnBakon
    06-17-2014 09:34 AM - permalink
    CdnBakon
    Keith, I pulled the clips off those pins and anti-seized them and the pins themselves. I then did an e-brake service and lubed everything up. The dealership had just done the TSB's a week prior and the noise never totally went away. After a rainfall, they came back just as loud. Once I cleaned up the e-brake pins and clips, the noise stopped and I haven't had it since.

    Seeing you're in PA, I imagine they use the roadsalt/brine on your roads in winter. My pins were corroded enough that they didn't slide easily anymore, and were binding. The fix was relatively easy to do. Wheels off, then caliper (2 bolts), knocked off the rotor (hardest part) and the pins were accessible.

    Hopefully it works. I wouldn't imagine lash with a truck as new as yours, but then again, I'm not a mechanic. Good Luck!

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    Ford
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    F150 SuperCrew FX4
    Year
    2013
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    3.5L EcoBoost
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    Tuxedo Black SuperCrew FX4, 3.5L EcoBoost, 3.73's

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