Question about 2002 Honda CR-V
Is the problems fix on your car? if its not, take it back and have them fix it correctly and it is a safety factor. to answer your question, its Yes and No, its not a common thing with any car, but it can happens to any cars. some car will experience the same problems with low miles and some with very high miles. The caliper which has a working piston pushing the pad in and out causing lots of heat and friction therefor causing the piston and the seal to fail over time due to heat; on the race car its glow red like a stove. when you release the brake the pressure is then release from the line and the piston retract back along with the pad although in this case the piston did not retract and stay extended pushing the pad to the disc causing the wheel to smoke, it like driving with emergency brake on. Again is not a common thing but it does happens and can happens to any cars. hope that help...
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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