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Hyundai grace front brakes stucking what is the solution.

What is the possible problem of hyundai grace front brakes always getting hot and stucked up as i frequently applying brakes when it is getting down from the slopes of the mountain.I have already replaced the 4pcs of rubbers inside the primary cylinder.bleeding the system frequently,I have already replaced the kits at the secondary cylinder under the transmission but still the same problem.Can you give me some tips to locate the problem?

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You mite have contominated brake fluid and master cilinder thats what it sounds like try flushing brake sistem need more help let me know

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My guess is that you have a stuck caliper on your front right brake. It is very easy to tell... The best way is to jack up the car and see if you can rotate the wheel. If you don't have the oomph for that, drive the car for a few miles and then pull into a parking lot. Go put your hand on the hub of the left wheel to see how hot it is. Go to the right side and do the same. If it's hot, you have a stuck caliper.

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