Question about 1993 Plymouth Voyager
Ok you will need to jack up and remove the tire and wheel assembly. Remove the brake caliper fasteners (bolts) and you will see slide pins. see if the move freely with a little effort. If they don't replaced caliper. Its causing you brake shoes on that side to drag on the rotor.
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
It means the brake caliper is hanging up dragging the pads on the rotor causing heat. replace caliper and bleed brakes. also check the flexible hose that connects to that caliper. could be collapsed inside not allowing fluid to return. if in doubt replace it too at the same time with caliper and bleed brakes.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
I spent alot of money on this last year. Start with the Master cylinder. If the fluid does not "return" the brakes stay depressed causing them to overheat. I got one for the junk yard for $10 after replacing everything else including the ABS which needs a ODBIII programmer to bleed them. Start with the Master Cylinder!.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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