Question about Brakes for Dodge Dakota
Recently replaced rear brakes no apparent leaks is its safe to drive
Is it brake fluid or over heating brakes?
It is possible that the brakes are adjusted too tight. Check for leaks as well. Have someone press and hold the brake pedal down while you looks for any drips.
Posted on Apr 06, 2014
Did you clean the oil off the rotors and drums? also it may not be from the brakes but the master cylinder which i believe has part of the exhaust running underneath it pending if it's a v6 or not. if it is the master cylinder or lines near it may be leaking and dripping onto the hot exhaust thus the burning smell.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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