A LOUD ROAR FROM FRONT WHEN BRAKES ARE APPLIED AFTER DRIVING ABOUT 30+ MILES. DOESN'T HAPPEN STOP AND GO, JUST AFTER DRIVING 30+ AND THEN HITTING BRAKES. DOESN'T SEEM TO BE ANY FADE AND BRAKES WORK OK, BUT THE SOUND MAKES ME THINK THEY WILL FAIL AT ANY TIME.
FRONT BRAKES AND ROTORS WERE REPLACED AT ABOUT 28000 MILES. AT 40K STILL HEAR on 2008 Chrysler Town & Country
by SLETRIOTNJROPJDKJL in Lawrenceburg, TN on October 12, 2011
ANSWER by Whity2008 on April 27, 2014
Just recently I had a very similar experience. I too noticed after about 20 miles, I would hear a roar from front left tire, also noticed the vehicle was pulling to the left at times. Once home, I went and touched the rims, and noticed my left rim was very hot, couldn't keep my hand on it. Once I removed the two front tires, I noticed the left calliper wasn't being released properly. Removed caliper and sliding bolts. Cleaned them thoroughly and added much needed lubricant on sliding bolts. Although the right side was fine I went ahead and did the same to it. Rotors and brakes still looked good, and front brakes are now working properly. Hope this helps.