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Old 04-30-2012, 01:07 PM   #15
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i would check the rubber lines on all wheels since you said front wheel was smoking sounds like a line may have delamed and won't release caliper...

replacing the rubber hoses would be cheap insurance as the older dodge trucks have weird brakes to begin with ..i drive a 93 d-250..

also the snythytic fluid is silicone and it doesn't take heat well so use regular fluid.. dot3 i believe yours takes...and bleed till comes out clear 2 quarts of fluid should do it

unfortunately you may need to replace the pads and have rotors turned or replaced as well if was hung up

like the hermit crab i wish to take my home with me
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Old 04-30-2012, 02:04 PM   #16
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Had the same thing happen to me over heated the brake fluid drain the fluid and flushed system by filling the master cycler up till brake fluid ran clean out bleeders just gravity bleed them open them up and just let them run just watch that u don't mix the fluids from what u have in their to some thing that isn't comparable

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Don't believe everything you hear. Most Nascar teams use Castrol Synthetic for the high boiling point. But a short track brake system costs $40,000 and the fluid is changed before each race.

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. For you NASCAR fans, I have heard that it is forbidden in the race cars.

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