Question about 1995 Plymouth Neon
This would nrmally be caused by the pressure in the caliper not being released when the brake pressure is released, try draining your brake fluid completely, and replacing with new fluid, also check for any small leaks on the drivers side brakes.....
TIP.......when replacing brake pads and calipers, both sides should be replaced....
hope this was helpfull
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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