hyundai xg30 brake problems

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Asked by Mar 13, 2009 at 03:44 PM about the Hyundai XG300

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have an xg30 reg 2000, i have an intermittent problem with the front offside brakes binding on after about 7-8 miles, it's had new pads,discs and a flexi hose, the caliper pistons have been cleaned up and were'nt bad anyway.. the only things left i can think of is the abs sensor and new brake fluid otherwise i'm at a loss to what it is,, any suggestions on this greatly apprieciated................

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i've since sold this car for scrap.....!!! broke my heart but the problem was a cracked subframe..wished i'd kept it now & fixed the problem later she really was the dogs bollox as far as luxury was concerned....!!!

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