Repair front disk brakes
Hi Carpenter, I would first clean your rotors with a good solvent. Then have your rotors turned (if not already done). If this still persists I would bleed your braking system just to make sure air in the lines isn't causing any extra symptoms. Hope this helps!
i had the same prob and all i did was i got the cylinder in the caliper honed out and that solved the prob cuz some times rust will get stuck between the wall and piston and make them stick or seize up
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