Question about 1992 Dodge Caravan
Sounds like the slide pins need to be looked at for ware, marks, scoreing.If there is no marks then just regrease and put back in ,but make sure you use grease that is recomended for break calipers.if cost is a factor for the grease then you can use high temp bareing grease.they also have replacements at most autoparts stores if 1 should break.if this doesnt fix it then start looking at the rubber break line as these can swell inside over time and particles can collect in side it and mess with the fluid flow,those are the cheepest to replace.after those then comes checking the proportioning valve and or master cylinder.and maybe replaceing the caliper its self.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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