Question about 1993 Buick LeSabre
Did you ever fix the problem?
Posted on May 27, 2010
You have a 16 year old car and I would bet the brake fluid has never been changed. First thing to do is replace all the brake fluid in the system and bleed the brakes. Start at the RR then LR >> RF and end at the LF. The contaminated brake fluid may be causing the calibers to stick. You may end up having to replace the calibers. It is also possible you have a brake hose that is collapsing. If so the brake hoses will need to be replaced. It can also be the brake booster causing this but that is rare. Possible but rare.
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