Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Was this a front or rear wheel? Did it make any unusual noise prior to the problem? If front, you could have a brake caliper that is sticking which would cause the brake to stay "on" and overheat the brakes or you could have a wheel bearing that has failed and is locked up but they usually make some noise before they fail. If rear, then usually it is brake related...again a caliper or wheel cylinder could be the culprit. It's not often that a rear bearing fails but that is possible.
If you have a brake caliper that has gone bad then I would suggest replacment of both calipers, brake pads, and flushing out the old brake fluid so you'll have good calipers and clean fluid when you are done.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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