REAL easy fix. This happened to my '89 Voyager after it sat all winter, and it happened to a student's Neon two weeks later. Those are the only two I saw in 16 years as a mechanic.
Oh; I suppose you'd like to know the answer! Take a channel lock pliers and open the crimp on the metal bracket holding the center of the left front brake hose just a little. Rust buildup between the bracket and hose pinches off the hose. Yours is the first one that I've read about that just releases slowly. Most lock up and don't release at all until you open the bleeder screw.
Wednesday, April 29th, 2009 AT 3:24 AM