The ring gear on the differential might be misaligned.
spray pam on them
master cylinder is sticking
If brakes are sticking and you drive for a long distance, then yes
your brakes are sticking need servicing asap
Your rear brakes is probably sticking. Your rear brakes is probably sticking, you should have them checked.
Exercise biking is better than rip sticking in terms of safety because it has brakes unlike a rip stick which has no brakes whereas in terms of fun, rip sticking is better because you can do sharp turns.
STICKING BRAKE CALIPER
Hi. If the brakes are sticking on it won't be the servo thats at fault it's sound more like the calipers need cleaning.
the pistons inside your calipers are sticking
Either your brakes are sticking or they are adjusted to much.
The brake caliber is sticking if it has rear disc brakes. The rear wheel cylinder is sticking if it has rear drum brakes. Replace both rear units and then drain all the old brake fluid out of the system and replace it with fresh fluid. Bleed the brake system.
Simply put, friction. If your brakes are overheating then you may have a caliber or wheel cylinder sticking. Replace the part that is sticking and replace all the brake fluid as it is more than likely contaminated with moisture which cause the parts to rust.
bleed the brakes. check fluid level
Check for sticking calipers.
If the front brake caliper is sticking, the disc may be uneven. Brakes that are left to scrape on the disc for a long time before they are changed will damage the disc enough to cause sticking or slipping.
Wheel cylinder (drum brakes) or caliber (disc brakes) sticking. If you find this to be the case you need to replace both sides and replace your brake fluid which is contaminated with moisture.
you probably wont be able to move? or you can take it around the block, then when you get back dump some water on the calipers.. if it sizzles then there is a good chance they are sticking :)
because the brake caliper is sticking or rear brakes are sticking
Calibers are sticking. You will need to replace the calibers that are sticking and flush all the old brake fluid out of the system then replace it with fresh fluid.
When that happens to me, I "fan" the brakes until they dry. "Fanning" is lightly applying the brakes and releasing several times in succession. The heat caused by the friction will dry out the pads after a few "fannings". You want to do this right after you run over a puddle of water, don't wait till you get to a stop sign or until you have to stop suddenly to find that your brakes are sticking and not working properly.
try stopping a car without brakes!
Are the brakes right and is the e-brake not sticking?
The brakes could be binding or a caliper could be sticking. Remove the wheels and make sure that the brake system is operating properly.
I had one do this and I had to change the brake calipers. Problem was gone.
two possible causes......it could mean you have a bad brake hose or a sticking caliper