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I would try a few different options on seeing if the calipers are dragging. First, drive for awhile while not using the brakes much and then come to an easy stop. Get out and touch your hubs. If they are more than "warm", suspect a dragging caliper/pad. The other way would be to jack the front end off the ground and spin each tire using your judgement on how much drag should(nt) be there. If you find dragging, take the tire off, pull the caliper, and see if the pads are stuck in the anti-rattle clips. I have had rust form under the clips and squeeze so hard on the pad, I had to beat the pads off with a hammer. If thats good, see if the caliper will collapse without much force using a c-clamp.
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