front noise that gets faster as i drive faster, kind of grinding, squeeky noise. on 1999 Ford F-150

could this be in front axel needing greased?

by in Sidney, MT on February 11, 2012
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1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by , February 11, 2012
Check you front brake rotors. If they are warped this will wear your pads and cause steering wheel jerking when stopping quickly. Yes you should maintain your lube points when you change your oil.
COMMENT by , February 11, 2012
drives good no jerking just the noise. had rotors done year ago.
COMMENT by , February 11, 2012
is this a 4X4 truck? If so you probably need to go to a qualified service center. Try out an independent shop, usually estimates and diagnosis are free or inexpensive.