fornt brakecalipers get tighter and tighter as your driving untill they lock up on 1996 GMC Suburban 1500

releases after it cools down, i replaced front calipers pads hoses and mastercyclinder abs with disc ft drum rear

by in Saint Joseph, MO on November 24, 2012
2 answers 6 comments
ANSWER by on November 24, 2012
Adjustment rod between booster & M/C??
COMMENT by on November 24, 2012
i'll check it thanks 4 your imput
ANSWER by on November 24, 2012
Do front 'and' rear lock up? Internal return spring defective in booster. Was this problem the reason for the work with no change after? Adjustments should not change just by driving! But spring tension can, that is my guess.
COMMENT by on November 24, 2012
It's been a long time for me since I've dealt with one of those , but didn't some of them need to have the pedal free-play adjusted from that rod , when changing M/Cs?? I was kinda guessing based on stuff from 15-20 years ago.
COMMENT by on November 24, 2012
Not if the correct m/c was insalled. But as i say hard to tell from here. Rod adjustment may help if pedal is returning to the stop. More things it could be also. I think we covered the 'usual' stuff though.
COMMENT by on November 25, 2012
Wonder if we'll find out the actual 'fix'?
COMMENT by on November 25, 2012
I bet not! Rarely do. Except when we get to joking around!
COMMENT by on November 27, 2012
OKAY........So a wingnut and a paperclip walk into a bar...................

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