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Front brakes seem to be draging?

Im not too sure but i had just done the front brakes on my 88 prelude with 4WS and they seem to be stuck. now i don't know if it is the caliper or if i should just bleed the lines so that it work like it should any suggestions??

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  • vet42 May 11, 2010

    Well, I seem to be experiencing the same thing with my 88 Prelude. I know that I need pads, possible rotors now too, but the caliper on the driver's side sticks. Have you had your problem resolved yet? I'm wondering if it is a cylinder problem. I'm terrified to take it to a brake place because they'll probably want to charge for rotors, shoes, calipers and then tell my my cylinder is screwed too.



    What's strange is that the caliper seems to stick at times, then not at others. If I hit a bump, it will stick without any application of the brakes, then if I hit another bump, it will release itself...leading me to suspect a cylinder issue.



    Anyway, I was told by a mechanic that the calipers come complete, preloaded for the prelude. Do you know if that is true? If you have fixed your drag problem can you tell me what it was?



    Thanks,



    Ken

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I just did all 4 brakes and have drag at the left rear. When I re-assembled it, the bracket that holds the caliper was frozen. It's supposed to be able to slide in and out. I guess that's my problem, but I can't find anyone to sell me a new bracket...they want me to buy the whole caliper.
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