Question about 1983 Chevrolet S-10
Two possibilities: caliper or brake line. GM had some quality issues with flexibile lines in the mid to late '80's that should not be bothering your 1998. You could replace your line, the cheapest part, first, but the caliper is probably shot; replace the caliper (and line, for that matter). Use the proper caliper bolt grease, etc. and make sure you compress the piston back into the caliper evenly when you change pads.
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