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AFTER REPLACING REAR PADS AND ROTORS ON A 2004 X-TYPE JAGUAR BRAKE STARTED LOCKING UP NOT RELEASEING HAVE ALSO REPLACE REAR CAILPERS AND CHECKED REAR RUBBER HOSES AND REPLACE MASTER CYLINDER AFTER PROBLEM OCCURED ANY IDEAS ???

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There might be something wrong with the piston inside the caliper, i think its locking up on u. U might have a faulty caliper

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What type of pads are you guys using? The number one complaint on cars is brake noise. One of the best solutions is to use quality ceramic pads. You may have cailpers sticking. If you have scorch marks on rotors or pulsation in pedal after resurfacing rotors, this is a good indication.

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