Question about Suzuki Aerio
After driving car front brakes stay on replaced calipers and hoses after driving, stop and opened bleeder brakes freed up pumped them again opened line before hose and brakes were free again
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the slide pins on the caliper, they can get dirty or rusty and can cause the brakes to stick - usually indicated by one side of the pads wearing rapidly. The pins should be cleaned and lubricated fully with each brake service.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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
Brake fluid is highly corrosive. If you can't get the line loose on the frame side then I would suggest replacing the hard line as well coming from the master cylinder. Or if you have a flaring tool you could cut the hard line just behind the rubber and put a new fitting on it. Pretty easy if you have the tool. Essentially you will wind up kinking or breaking the hard line anyway if the fitting won't come loose easy.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
If the pedal drops to the floor without you stepping on it or with very little effort then i would say bad booster or bad check valve on the vacuum line going to the booster. Hops this helps.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
First, make sure the pads aren't "frozen" to the caliper carrier. This is important, they must be free to slide. If the pads come out really hard, that may be your problem.
Most calipers have a small stainless steel clip that the pads seat into, and if rust gets behind these clips, it binds. I file them out and apply grease to keep rust out.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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