Question about 1995 Dodge Caravan
You may have this problem due to contaminated (and overheated) brake fluid. Most people don't usually flush out the brake system, which should be done whenever u do a brake job. Since yours are overheating also, that has to be diminishing the life of the fluid. Brake fluid will also absorb moisture (which is one reason u see instructions to use brake fluid from 'a sealed container.') So, be sure to thoroughly flush the system when u replace components this time, the contaminated fluid has been causing the calipers to 'drag' which wears out the brake pads prematurely.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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