Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: San Leon, Texas
Feedback: 7 reviews
Yeah and I can tell you that it is VERY rare that shops pop these out, clean them with emery cloth and then coat the snot out of them with grease(we use nickel never seize) an then reinstall. They are the reason most shops sucker people into new complete calipers.
As the other guy stated I would start with the e brake cable before anything then see if the caliper mounting bolts slide freely then last but not least would be the abs sensor and wiring. If the sensor or wires are messed up slightly they could be activating the (?) bds or whatever it's called.
Looking at these will at least save you some diagnotic fees if you still can't find the issue.
2008 JK 4Dr Rubicon
Mygig W/Uconnect working.
Hard top/Auto tranny
First mod, dog slobber.
Painted hard top
Spidertraxx 1.5 spacers
Teraflex 3" lift
Currie front lower control arms
JKS front and rear adj. track bars
Euroefx HID kit, high/low beam and fogs
Shrockworks rear full width, tire carrier
Post count from the "other" place when i was following the "herd" was 692 on 4-2-09, not a noob...
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