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Arc on brake shoes is very important. The heal and toe must have clearance or brake seizure or chatter will resiult. good luck

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What cause front brake calipers to seized up?


probably none of the above
have the brake master cylinder replaced first
then work on the pins that allow the calliper body to self center
probably seized on the pins holding one pad on the rotor

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My 2004 awd mercury mountaineer when driven it has a bad smell coming from front end and the driver side on the front smokes by the wheel. My abs light is on always and it has new brakes. What is it


Does the vehicle pull to the side that smokes? A smoking brake is usually an indication of a sticky/seized caliper or sticky/seized caliper slide bracket. Have the brakes inspected before premature wear/damage results

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Installed New rotors, calibers and brake pads on the front and back brakes bled the air from the master cylinder and each brake per instructions in the. Haynes manual and the front brakes still lock up...


Sounds like your master cylinder is not working properly, so you may have to replace it as there does not seem to be the correct amount of brake pressure that gets to the rear brakes. Are your rear calipers or brakes seized, to they move freely. Is the parking brake cable seized and causing the rear brakes to not function properly. Lots of thing it could be.

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What solution is there for a siezed up right front brake on 1 1994 2wd ranger?


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My guess --replace a failed rubber flex hose

I don't know how much moisture & rust is in the system,
so is the caliper seized also

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My driver front brake seized and made my router red hot...my brakes don't want to dis-engage on my 2000 Toyota Corola. Why would this happen?


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The front caliper seized/locked up due to corrosion, damage, age or other cause. You'll need to rebuild the caliper or replace it.
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1982 Yamaha Seca XJ750 front brake caliper seized up


Hi, Shooterhead and the usual suspects are:
1. Piston stuck in the caliper due to contamination.
2. Piston stuck in the master cylinder due to contamination.
3. Incorrect DOT # of brake fluid.
4. Warped or bent brake rotor.
5. Incompatible brake pads.
6. Incorrect caliper spacing.
7. Not enough free play at pedal or lever.
8. Collapsed brake line inner lining.
9. Excessive heat buildup due to riding the pedal or lever.
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Tire locked up and brake fluid leaking


It's more than likely one of two things.Either the brake caliper pistons seized and didn't let the brakes release, or you have a wheel bearing seizing up. just check it out ! good-day !

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Seized front brake calipers


Use WD40 itshould give in!
Good luck.

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1993 jeep cherokee


It also sounds like a more likely problem is a seized caliper on the left side. If a caliper seizes, the braking system transfers the pedal pressure to the other caliper thus, the working caliper locks up. Pull both front wheels and look carefully at the wear on the pads. Both wheels should have the same amount of wear. If one side is worn more than the other, the side with the least wear is seized and needs to be changed.
Never heard of a hydraulic repostioning valve, but maybe with ABS there is one. I do know of a proportioning valve which apportions brake pressure front to back and also blocks braking to front or back in the event of brake line failure. Maybe see which he is talking about, should be able to explain the difference. Hope this helps.

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Abs front brakes seize 1999 dodge caravan


needs electronic control module for abs or may need the control block for the abs thats what controls the pressure to each wheel

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