NHcamper Posted September 22, 2018 Report Share Posted September 22, 2018 I just took my car out for a short drive and when I returned the front brakes are just about locked up. I drove this car 2700 miles on no booster pretty much no brakes. Restored vacuum to the booster and power brakes were working just fine. Since I had power brakes I have only taken the car around the block, today was the first time I drove it over a mile. My question is do you think the calipers are sticking now because the power booster was not working for so long and the car was only driven with caliper not being activated and now that they are operating under normal conditions this is what’s causing them to not release. If so is it cost effective to rebuild them or should I look for replacements, it’s not in the budget to do the turner conversion right now. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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