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My 1993 toyota pickup the front brakes are sticking i replaced everything but the boster and the poportioning vavle

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Did you replace the rubber flex hose on the
front. They collapse inside or the clip holding
them on the outside if it has one rust and squeeze
off the hose.

Are the caliper pistons rusted and not releasing

Did you remove all rust from pad and caliper
sliding areas and use anti-seize

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2011

    Have to bleed/ flush all 4 wheels every 2 years

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I would recommend that you jack up the front end, and, with the hubs unlocked, turn the front wheels by hand. If either is stiff/hard to turn, you probably have the beginnings of a caliper issue, it may be sticking, rusted, or some issue like that. If one caliper IS stuck, I would def suggest replacing both at the same time, if one is bad, the other cannot be far behind.

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