1991 isuzu amigo, 175k miles (and still going strong!) 2.3L engine: I recently replaced all my brakes and rotors, because the rear brake pads (disks on all four wheels) were almost non existent. After I bleed the brake lines, everything worked great, no squeeking or grinding like I had heard earlier. Now, 2-3 weeks later, the rear brake performance is slowly deteriorating. It started as a high squul at 35 MPH. A hard brake stopped that. Then, it sounds like it is grinding again, and the rear wheels are very much hotter than the front wheels. Im assuming the calipers are engaging the brakes on the discs constantly, but I dont know why. I think it may be the master cylinder since it was a gradual deterioration of performance. Any ideas? Oh yea, brake fluid level is fine.
Friday, October 5th, 2007 AT 11:53 AM