Question about 1986 Chevrolet Camaro
Sometimes the rubber brake hoses will collapse internally and allow fluid to pass through to the caliper, but won't let the fuild return. The best way to check them is to crack open the hoses where they go into the caliper. If they squirt, then there is pressure on the caliper, and it won't let the pistons return to allow the wheel to move freely. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
Most of the time if the pads drag on the rotors its a bad caliper, you had new calipers installed the it may be the proportional value that put the right amost of pressure to either front or back brakes ,the values are like 60 - 40 ,60 percent front 40 rear ,that might be the problem ,have it checked ,hope to help you, robert b.
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