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What's going on with front right break
1999 Lincoln Navigator

What's going on with front right break

(1999 Lincoln Navigator)
When I stop everything is fine but when I pull off again sounds like my right break is not being released like it should to allow me to go until after a few mins then seems like something releases.
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on February 04, 2017
Rusted or worn guide pins for caliper or a worn rusted caliper piston. You can try removing pins and cleaning with some sand paper then applying some brake grease to them then reinstalling. From my experience this is a temporary fix. You will def need caliper replaced soon if you have run it for a while in this condition. Worst case scenario its a bad abs proportioning valve and that little bugger is expensive. Go with the cheaper repairs first. Good luck
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on February 04, 2017
Rusted or worn guide pins for caliper or a worn rusted caliper piston. You can try removing pins and cleaning with some sand paper then applying some brake grease to them then reinstalling. From my experience this is a temporary fix. You will def need caliper replaced soon if you have run it for a while in this condition. Worst case scenario its a bad abs proportioning valve and that little bugger is expensive. Go with the cheaper repairs first. Good luck
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