Check to see if your hose leading to the brake caliper is collapsed. It may not be letting fluid go back after a brake application.
May, 5, 2012 AT 3:06 AM
I'm pretty sure the hose isn't collapsed since brake fluid goes through it fine.
May, 5, 2012 AT 1:25 PM
The collapse on teh inside wher eyou can't see them and they will go through when pressure is applied but not when it is released
May, 5, 2012 AT 1:33 PM
Okay so should I just but a new break hose? Also would you mind giving instructions on how to properly change it?
May, 5, 2012 AT 1:34 PM
Make sure your caliper isn't frozen on either side then if you replace it it's just a bolt in operation. You need to bleed the brake system after replaceing though and you cnafind that here under repairs.
May, 5, 2012 AT 1:36 PM
By frozen what do you mean?
May, 5, 2012 AT 1:41 PM
The piston won't move in the caliper and one side of the brake pads will be worn more than the other side.
May, 5, 2012 AT 1:47 PM
Yeah the inner side was worn more both times.
May, 5, 2012 AT 2:03 PM
The slider bolts are stuck or frozen. This would not allow the caliper to move freely and wear the pads more on the inner side.