Question about 1999 Chevrolet Blazer
Rear right side brake pads over heating do to friction on rotor also rim getting extra hot no air in line calipers were replaced 3-4 months ago maybe defected?
Could be hand brakes too tight.
With a normal handbrake, you can remove some screws around the handbrake covering. The screws are sometimes well hidden so you have to look around.
When you get the covering off, there are two adjusting nuts at the rear of the handbrake. Turn the nuts until you can get "5 clicks" on the handbrake to set the brakes.
Some jack up the car while doing this so they can rotate the wheels by hand to feel when the brakes touch the pads.
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 22, 2015
U have a defective ABS hydraulic control valve, this is an active control system and it can apply pressure regardless of pedal input from the driver, the problem is a tiny hydraulic pressure valve is leaking and applying that brake piston.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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