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97 Land Rover Disco1 my lhf wheel feels like it's seizing up? I changed lhf caliper & booster but still the same. .

At first its ok. But after 5-10 mins, it feels like lhf brake is stuck on and gets worse as I drive and won't roll in neutral just comes to a stop as if brakes are on. As I mentioned earlier I checked and changed the brake caliper and lines on lhf but that didn't fix it. Could this be a bearing problem or something else?

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Have you jacked the vehicle up to check the wheel bearings for play? It's quite common for the symptoms you are describing for the bearings to need adjustment or replaced.

Posted on May 17, 2017

Testimonial: "yes I changed bearings, changed the brake, caliper, master cylinder, proportioning valve. the car drives ok now but the brakes are still slightly on. if I put in neutral and let it free roll when it gets under 5 kms it just stops like I put my foot on the brake."


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