When driving on tar all is fine. As soon as I go onto gravel road where wheels bounce more, there is a rattle in front right wheel. However, as soon as I apply even slight brake force this disappears.
I have had the wheel off and checked what I can. All feels OK. Did not go away when I refitted wheel. Ideas plse
Could be a loose nut on the strut so as the shock and spring work harder on gravel, components get a rattle going. Also check the pads, locating pins, springs etc are tight and against the rotor. Had a small stone trapped between the pad and rotor once that created a rattle.
Maybe use the handbrake to come to a stop, take the wheel off and then check as a piston may be sticking slightly inside the caliper allowing the pad room to rattle.
2003 4.0 v6, steel sidesteps, toughdog adjustable shocks, 2" raised coils, firestone air bags, F&R lockers, dual optima, Unichip with dual fuel mapping, Pacemaker extractors (ceramic coated), twin 2.5" ss exhaust, kaymar twin wheel carrier, black widow drawers, twine shower, ARB bullbar, warn 9.5hp and Quattro Elite 70w HID driving lights.
Hi hoskind I have very similar problem as well in my 120 series have you solved the problem? Regards jiimel06.