Question about 1991 GMC S-15 Jimmy
There can only be a few reasons for this. 1, the piston is stuck in the caliper. 2, the brake hose has collapsed in the middle and won't allow fluid to flow back towards the master cylinder. Pull the caliper off and see if it can be pressed back with a C-clamp easily. If not, remove the brake hose then see if you can press it back. If you can not, the caliper piston is stuck. If you can, the hose is collapsed. Replace the appropriate part then bleed the brakes. You should no longer have the problem.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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