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Have a front brake sticking problem have replaced calpers lines and pads and their still sticking in a 1995 buick road master

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Oh dear,

Changing the pads is fine, but the reason of sticking of breaks in the wheel is due to the worn out
calliper knob which expands the brake shoes.......'

get it repaced due to which the problem will occur.

thanx

Posted on May 19, 2011

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Are you talking about both front brakes sticking.by lines i assume you mean the brake flex hoses.have you checked to make sure that the sliding surfaces are smooth and free of damaged surfaces and the brake pad clips are in the proper places.if so and all this is good that you have done then you could have a master cylinder that is not releasing pressure for the front brakes,or you could have a defective flex hose(if they are not twisted) that is blocking the fluid from releasing the calipers.

Posted on May 19, 2011

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