Question about Pontiac G6
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If brakes are locking up with a new caliper, check the brake hoses for a clog. Just remove the hose from the caliper side. It should drain on its own with just gravity consistently. If not its clogged or broken inside and this will trap pressure on your brakes after first use.
Sometimes I have seen wrong rotors and or warped rotors or poorly made rotors to cause brakes to lock up when wheels are tightened. Also check for caliper bolts and bracket bolts for being too long and touching brake parts.
Posted on Jun 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
new doesnt mean cant be defective --also air can still be in line or caliper you can try bleeding again -most replacement brake caliper are reconditioned so you can have a defect in it but bled the brakes again and observe the brakes after if still sluggish or piston not moving than replace caliper
Posted on Apr 10, 2014
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