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Old 12-24-2012, 11:09 AM
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brake issues 2000 f-350

i just had to replace the right rear caliper, rotor, pads, and brake line. truck sa for about 2 months due to deployment i went on, driving the truck yesterday and today for the first time the left rear brakes and hot as can be, and smelling. The right rear is warm to cool to toutch... Any help is helpfull
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Old 01-14-2013, 11:09 AM
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Smile Rear brakes sticking

I had the same problem, Is your E-brake not fully disengaging? One posiblity. I pulled both my rear calipers, the pistons where stuck, actually had rust on the cyclinder walls, I replaced the calipers, drained and flushed my break fluid, brakes worked like a champ after that. Hope this helps
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