The owner of the shop took the car for a ride and confirmed that this was a legitimate problem. He and I agreed that the likely cause was a left-front brake that for some reason was not functioning properly. Both front brake assemblies were thoroughly checked out as were the brake pads and all seemed to be working fine. Brake line pressure to both front calipers are adequate and equal. Nonetheless, the owner installed a new (or rebuilt) caliper on the left side and then did a test drive. The same problem persisted. He has checked front both rotors, caliper operation, brake master cylinder fluid reservoirs, and everything appears to be OK. He and I are both at wits end about what the problem could be. Do you guys have any ideas you could share with us? Thanks in advance, Paul
have the same problem?
Wednesday, September 18th, 2013 AT 1:25 PM