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The beast from Brazil
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Not familiar with 95 GC brakes, but the calipers most probably have sliding pins. These pins need to be lubricated once in a while. Forgetting this will prevent the caliper to slide and once brake is applied, it won´t return anymore and stay braking, causing exessive heat buildup and rapid rotor and pad wear.
And ehhhhhh, just for the records, the engine is an I-6:D
 

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The beast from Brazil
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He said he replaced the calipers twice. Granted the always come prelubed. Its not the best lube but it does the job. I work on cars for a living. I always add caliper lube to fresh calipers. Any part store carries it. Comes in a green jar. Says caliper lube. If u did not do it already.
He said he checked the brake hoses as well:D.
I understood that he only replaced the brake pads and rotors. But even if replacing the calipers (can't believe he replaced twice the calipers in 2 months:eek:), i'm not sure if the sliding pins are part of it. Was just an idea, don't get mad pitbull.
 
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