Join Date: Apr 2001
Location: eustis , Florida
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Is there any sure way to tell if a caliper is sticking and is even a tiny bit of seepage from a rear wheel cylinder enough to cause my truck to pull to the side when braking?
Did my front brakes about 4-5 months ago and had to replace the pass. rotor cause it was at the size limit(NOT worn bad). Driver side was ok to turn one more time which i did. Got new carbon metallic pads,and i used caliper grease on the slideways, and also checked the rear while i was at it. Now although i had recently replaced the wheel cylinders and shoes, i noticed that the pass. side cyl. had been seeping at some time, maybe still is though not bad, no fluid on inside of tire so not sure if thats enough to make it pull.
Got poly radius bushings, all new tie-rods and the alignment shop says ball-joints are good.
Any ideas why it might be pulling to the LEFT while braking?
oh yeah, i just rebled the pass. side and no air...