Question about 2001 Chevrolet Malibu
In my case it was a sticky calliper and replaced it.
My wife was noticing it and at first I was not hearing it cause I didnot test drive far enough
Just feel the wheels after some driving, if calliper sticks it is red hot and you can actually smell the heat.
I found that when I removed calliper that I could still apply braking power to other wheels, that's how sticky it was(did not want to come out easy and therefor especially not back off) decided to replace calliper (expensive but life time warranty) to keep life simple. I like the design, very easy to work on.
Allways carefull with the rubber hose (they can cause stickyness as well due to some obstruction inside if handled roughly
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
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