REPLACED PARTS AND STILL HAVING

1990 Chevrolet

Tiny

gin2rummy

June, 21, 2010 AT 10:01 AM

Brakes problem
1990 Other Chevrolet Models V8 Two Wheel Drive Automatic

We been having problems with driver side breaks getting hot and smoking. We replaced the breaks and put in a new calliper and the bearings(forgive me if I didnt spell that right) And bleed the breaks and it is still gettiing hot. What do I do?

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Tiny

hmac300

July, 10, 2010 AT 6:48 PM

Replace the caliper on the other side as you should replace both not just one. Then replace both of the brake hoses to the front wheels as one is probably gone bad. That is usually the cause. You replace those in pairs.

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