Why does only one front brake get really hot? on 1990 Chevrolet S10 Blazer

I recently replaced caliper and pads also bled the brakes twice but I am still having my passenger front brake/rim heat up beyond touch i have to wait for them to cool down before working on them?

by in Longmont, CO on June 16, 2010
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3 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by , July 04, 2010
Could be a bad brake line, the one that attaches to the calaper, inspect it, if it's cracked or damaged, it may not let the pressure back out, and the brake stays ingaged
COMMENT by , September 29, 2010
I had the same problem, it was the hose, looked fine but collapsed inside. Thanks
COMMENT by , September 29, 2010
Finally had to take it the local repair shop...found out the brake lines collapsed....had to replace both brake lines! So, just leaving this message for others to see in case they have the same problem....check those brake lines! So you were right here!
ANSWER by , June 29, 2010
put new bolts and sleeves in the caliper and greese them with a quality high temp greese
ANSWER by , June 16, 2010