front brakes on 2003 Pontiac Montana

Front caliper pistons not releasing. New calipers, pedal normal. Master cylinder or possibly a check valve?

by in Deming, NM on March 06, 2011
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ANSWER by on March 06, 2011
Calipers not releaseing - as in, wheels will not turn?
COMMENT by on March 07, 2011
wheels turn, however pads gripping rotor..... brakes get extremely hot
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