Question about 1993 Geo Tracker
Use the brakes several times and they get tighter till it wont move. I changed both front brake hoses. The same happens. If you loosen the line at the top of the hoses fluid squirts out and calipers release.The same thing at the bleeders.
Try loosening the line at the master cylinder when they are tight. This is odd, usually the brake hoses would have fixed this problem. I don't see how a combination valve could cause this but let me know if popping the lines loose at the MC releases the brakes. It could have a bad master.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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