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If everytime you drive a 1990 Honda Civic station wagon a mile the passenger side front brake freezes up and you stop and bleed it and it lets go what is wrong?


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2006-09-10 12:04:23
2006-09-10 12:04:23

Check for a pinched brake line. If the line has been pinched and you use the brakes, the pinched line will hold pressure and not release the brake fluid like it should. That will cause the brake to overheat (it's like driving with the brake on) and freeze up.


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