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Brake pad is sticking.

Last February, I replaced rear brake pads. Somehow, the rear driver's side brake pad was totally worn out especially the outside pad. That's when I started to realized I smelt something burning and it was the brake pad. So I replaced the rotors and brake pads again and cleaned all the brake parts and lubricates and caliper slide. I still have the same problem of the noise from the brake and pad is burning which means the caliper doesn't release. Please tell me what the problem is. Thank you.

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You may have a defective brake caliper. Replace or rebuild the brake caliper. (If not performed) replace all brake fluid to new, as there may be dirt, metals, and other foreign objects in the fluid. Also check your your E. Brake adjustment!! Hopefully this helps

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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Hello it sounds like you no what your doing .I didnt see that you replaced the caliper just cleaned it This is were i would start if this has been done then the only thing left is to replace the brake hose.Thanks for your question !

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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Work the caliper piston in and out until it moves freely, otherwise buy a new caliper

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