Question about 1993 Chevrolet K1500
When i apply the brakes the truck pulls hard to the right.
I replaced the calipers.
it is still pulling to the right.
when i jack up the truck the drivers side wheel will not turn freely after i've applied the brakes.
Is there a sensor tthat tells the brakes to release.or could the brake line be bad?
new calipers 6 mo. ago,because it was pulling right. pulling again. found caliper will release if i open bleeder. what's holding the pressure?
Replace the rubber brake hose going to caliper, do both sides. Your problem will be solved
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
Probably a restriction in the brake line from the master cylinder to the wheel.
Most of the time brake hoses do this (collapsed hose or hose inner liner) but the restriction could be anywhere from the point your front brake pressure divides to both wheels to the caliper of the wheel. The problem is not the caliper itself because the bleeder is able to relieve the pressure.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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