Front brakes on 2000 Chevrolet Venture

Drivers caliper seems to be seized up, when vehicle is driven it produces a smell of brake pads burning, the wheel hub seems to be warmer than usual.I have pulled the pins out of the caliper, they seem to pull out fairly smooth any ideas before i take the caliper off would be appreciated Thank you.

by in Clare, MI on March 29, 2011
1 answer
ANSWER by on March 29, 2011
could be a caliper seized or a brake hose collapsed. at any rate, the fluid needs to be flushed out, all parts double checked for failure. let a shop diag it for you and give you a bid. Roy
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