FRONT BRAKES STUCK
I have a 2003 Jeep Wrangler Sport with 58000 miles. I just changed the front brake pads and rotors. Everything seemed to go pretty smooth, calipers went back in, brake pads no problem, and rotors came off and went on fine. After bleeding the brakes on all 4 wheels, my brakes are stuck so much that the front wheels won't even turn, they just get dragged by the back wheels. Do I need to do more bleeding, did I tighten something too much, I'm pretty stumped here. Can ya help me out?
June 27, 2006.
June 27, 2006.
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