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Old 07-26-2013, 08:22 PM
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I think you right and are having a problem with the piston returning. Have you ever had a brake fluid flush? or at least bled out the nasty stuff in the calipers? (fluid closest the caliper sometimes cooks and breaks down much faster than the rest of the fluid) I say do the procedure like you are bleeding the brakes of air and drain it into a clear bottle. if it's really dirty and full of sediment it may need to be rebuilt or replaced.

Tip: find a clear hose that fits onto the bleeder fitting and run it into your catch bottle.
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