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Don't really know what howl you are talking about, so I'll just try to answer the other question.
The power brakes on these trucks use a hydro boost system as opposed to the vacuum boost system on older trucks. The easiest way to get pressurized fluid to the hydro booster, to assist in braking, is to steal it from the power steering pump. If you fluid level is low, or your pump isn't operating as it should, you will have trouble with this. Once you are rolling, the wheels don't need to turn nearly as far to make most the turns you want to. So check your power steering fluid and see how that is. Anyways, the systems are tied together and that is why that happens.
2000 2500 reg. cab 4x4 auto 577hp
09 6.7L QC LB stick, 4x4.
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