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Drivers side brake smoking after driving and rubbing noise

Drivers side brake makes rubbing sound when pulling off from complete stop and smoking if traveling at high speeds. pads are good .
please help going nuts

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  • rjavier1974 Apr 12, 2009

    stroller mama thank you so much do I need to work on both sides or just drivers side

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Your caliper is locked up. Change the break hose and caliper, you will also need new pads as the ones thats on there will have glazed over.

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  • StrollerMama Apr 12, 2009

    Your very welcome.
    I would change the brake pads on both sides to ensure even wear. If the pads on teh passenger side are not glazed and it isn't giving you any problems, the caliper on that side is fine.


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