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Q: right front and left rear brakes are dragging. no abs light on
probable cause? on 1995 Honda Passport

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all the front brake components have been replaced (rotors calipers,pads and hoses),system bled, all work done by a pro, but still same problem.
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Loose (tilting) hub bearing on right front. Park brake cable binding on left rear. Why not?? Got a good pedal? Pressure at bleeder screws, when opened, without pressing pedal? What does the "pro" think?
thanks, yeah pressure and pedal are good. was told nothing loose in front end. he is leaning towards the brake master, but shouldnt that be front or rear? or does honda have a cross feed system for the master that I dont know about.
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Honda typically uses a cross feed system so the right front and left rear are pressurized by the same piston in the master cylinder. This could be a brake booster or brake light switch adjustment issue just lightly holding the brake on.
fshklr13; Again, is there pressure at the bleeder screws, when opened, on these two wheels without pressing the pedal?? Fluid under 'pressure' squire into the air a bit in other words? Not just the normal gravity flow. And then the wheels spin free? IF this is the case it is a hydraulic problem. IF not, it is a mechanical problem! IF it were a master cylinder applied problem, it should show up on all wheels, however it could be a fluid return restriction. Proportioning valve possibly. Red brake light always on in dash? Let us know the outcome.
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