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Sticking brakes I have a 2006 honda st1300abs Honda m/cycle. When the bike hasn't been used for several weeks , the rear brakes seem to drag for several k'ms. I have to stab at the rear brake pedal several times and eventually the problem goes away. I had the bike at a Honda dealer some months ago for new rear pads [coz they were well worn] thinking that was the problem. Not so ... the problem still exists ... anyone got any ideas ?

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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..........

Posted on May 17, 2014

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remove the two bolts holding it on

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souns possible that the pads have become glazed a very light abrasive to the pad face should help wearing pads in on bikes is never the same and it depends on the type of pad you use the higher friction copper based are the better and worth looking into as they last longer and protect the disk also hope this helps you

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Sounds like the foot brake pedal may not be returning to resting position.

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your brake fluid is shot ...no good, must be drained and Reserviced and bled.... use dot4 and insure all your brake lines are clean and in good shape.

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It is one of two possible things:
There's corrosion in the caliper. Specifically in the groove that holds the piston seal. Take the seal out and scrape all signs of corrosion from the groove.
OR, the master cylinder has a gummed up check valve. Sometimes, you can take the master cylinder off, clean it out with hot soapy water (Simple Green works very well), blow it out with compressed air - and it'll be fine (without taking it apart). Otherwise, you'll need to get the rebuild kit and replace all of its internal moving parts.

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