Posted 27 March 2018 - 12:22 AM
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"If everything seems under control, you're not going fast enough" - Mario Andretti
Posted 27 March 2018 - 12:39 AM
we drove the car to dinner tonight...about a 15-20 min drive each way. Got back home and I could detect the smell and went straight to the front passenger wheel and the smell was definitely stronger than under the hood. So I guess I should be making prep for a brake job...which is cool since I wanted to paint calipers and add performance rotors anyway! LOL
Thanks guys for the troubleshooting expertise
When you've got all disassembled have a close look at the flex hose, if it has collapsed internally that will cause a clot in that line & the fluid pressure won't release properly resulting in caliper drag.
If that one has done so don't overlook the others as well.
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LQ1 GP GT
Posted 27 March 2018 - 03:30 PM
Thanks for the info...luck for me while I was cleaning out the garage yesterday, I uncovered a set of braided stainless brake lines! I don't recall if I bought them for the 2001 GP or the Bonneville but they should serve the purpose. Woot!
(this is what happens when you've been modding cars too long)
2002 Grand Prix GT
"All we know is...its NOT The Stig, but the Stig's fat American Cousin!"
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