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    Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Could have been a bad batch of calipers. I had read about this troubleshooting technique but I kept trying to figure out things further up in the brake system. Steel piston calipers can do this but requires a lot of internal corrosion on the piston to make it happen.

    By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. I recently replaced myself or had replaced all pads, all rotors, front calipers, rear guide pins and brackets, rear brake shoes, and rear e-brake hardware, as well as the e-brake cable on my Chevrolet Silverado 4WD 4.

    After the front work, I noticed a smell and found that the front passenger rotor was getting hot and would eventually start having a bad brake smell if I drove long enough.

    After some research, it looked like the primary culprit was thought to be the brake hose due to possible internal collapse. So I replaced it as well. I had it brought in for part of the work because I wasn't having any luck removing some seized parts, and I had them look into it, and they said when they drove it, they couldn't get it hotter than the rest.

    I drove it home last night and it seemed fine, but towards the end of the drive, the pedal seemed to be getting harder. I grabbed our heat gun and recorded the following temps They were probably hotter, but I spent a few minutes after arriving looking for our heat gun before I could measure them:.

    This truck has a split front-to-rear hydraulic system. So I have a few ideas and was looking for validation or dismissal of these ideas, other ideas, other ways to troubleshoot this, and what I should try first. So any thoughts on this one? This brake work has reminded me that I hate brake work. I also replaced the front passenger side caliper on warranty from AutoZone where I bought it because I thought it was defective due to the dragging.

    I have seen this behavior with a bad ehcu but is rare, they have an internal valve for each wheel, but it does happen. Internal collapsed brake hose I have seen many times, also sticking calipers use to be common but I hardly see that anymore since they went back to steel pistons. Steel piston calipers can do this but requires a lot of internal corrosion on the piston to make it happen.

    After a test drive and you suspect wheel drag, open the caliper bleeder screw on the wheel that is dragging, if fluid squirts out back pressure , then you have a blockage upstream from the caliper, if no fluid back pressure is present then suspect a bad caliper. If you do get a squirt back pressure at the caliper, repeat this process, test drive etc, each time moving upstream toward the master cylinder, by loosening a fitting to see if you get back pressure.

    When you find a place where no back pressure is found then it is between there and the last place you got back pressure. It is rare a Master Cylinder is the cause, but I have seen this a few times myself, some brake boosters have adjustable push pins, if they are adjusted too far out they will hold the master cylinder piston in just enough to block the return port, and it does not take much inward piston travel to do this. You don't usually see these adjustable pins on American trucks, I only remember this being the cause on foreign cars.

    Well, paulster2 gets it right again. Got a different caliper from another parts store and put it on and it is working great today. My ultimate diagnostic test in determining that it had to be a faulty caliper was this: Once I drove the truck around and got the brake nice and tight, I jacked it up, pulled the wheel off, and opened the bleeder valve. I had read about this troubleshooting technique but I kept trying to figure out things further up in the brake system.

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