Question about Dodge Durango
In this case, it sounds a lot like you have a stuck caliper. I would recommend replacing the caliper, the rotor, and the brake pads, simply because the pads have gotten so hot and have been subject to so much hard friction, they've most likely worn down pretty well and are heat checked. The rotor on that side should probably be replaced as well, considering it's probably pretty heat-checked by now. I'm pretty confident that this should solve your problem.
I hope this helps and let me know if you need anything else! :)
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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