Originally Posted by MonteCitan
when you compressed the piston did you open the bleeder screw then press? or did you just let it run back up into the master cylinder?
If it was hard to compress with the bleeder screw open you at least need to rebuild the caliper, or replace it
Did you lubricate the slide pins with silicone brake caliper grease when you put it all together?
Does the car roll freely when off the brakes/car in neutral?
Does the car pull one way or another when you hit the brakes with decent force?
It was hard to compress with the bleeder screw open.
I lubricated the slide pins.
Car rolls freely when in neutral.
The car does not pull one way.
This weekend I will check the condition of the brake pad and rotor. I'm still leaning towards new front calipers. The car is 8 yrs old,150k and it's daily driver. I just thought I can hold off a month as I am also working on my other car, but brakes are a priority.