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Old 04-08-2012, 07:52 PM   #1
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Break Stuck On?

So I was driving today and all of the sudden my Jeep started pulling to the right, then I started to smell the breaks, and then I started to see the smoke so I pulled over and it was the front passenger side wheel that was stuck. Anyone know what the problem could be? If it helps I drive a 94 2.5L.
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stuck caliper,or collasped rubber brake hose.

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Old 04-10-2012, 08:45 PM   #3
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the piston in your caliper is stuck out and pushing on the pads.....time for a new caliper or you can rig that one by taking the caliper off, mashing the pedal lightly to extend the piston out just a LITTLE bit further, lifting the rubber boot back and use some emery paper to clean the outside of the piston, spray a little wd40 on the outside of the piston and then put it all back's a temp fix and won't last forever but it'll get you to the parts store and back
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