1983 Honda CBX F rear brake seizing when it heats up
Hello, does anyone have any idea what the fix is for the rear brakes seizing up? It usually happens if I apply heavy pressure or it seems after it heats up. The caliper doesn't want to release. I then have to pull over and let it cool down for about 20 minutes before they let go. New calipers? Replaces hoses?
Any info is greatly appreciated it. Cheers.
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well i have one ideal on the brake pedal there should be a spring to make the pedal return.......maybe the spring needs a bit of wd40 or something similar.....if you get any dirt or grit in the brake pedel works may this is causing the trouble..........
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