Question about 1994 Chevrolet G20
1994 Chevy G20 van right front brakes grab/squeal, have cut the rotor, replaced calipers, but new pads (used).Problem continues!
Posted on Aug 29, 2012
Sounds like a rotor/wheel bearing, not a brake problem. Jack up the wheel, and turn it (Spin it) and see if it feels ruff or sticks as you turn it. Then spin her as some one sits and apply's the brakes, watch the wheel/tire assy. if you see it jump its a bad bearing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Initial testing: After you have removed the ebrake cable - kneel
in front of the rotor and give it a gentle shake (as if
you were removing it). Do you notice any PLAY between
the pads & rotor?? Make note of this.
For the TSM kit caliper adjustment instructions - visit here: Troubleshooting.htm#2 and click on "Adjust Caliper Parking Brake".
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