Most Likely Your Front Brake Hose, Over Time The Hoses Deterate On The Inside Closing The Hose and does not Allow Brake Fluid To Return To The Master Cylinder. I just tried what you said and you were right on the money : ) Sticking on the passenger side.Saved us a lot of money as we were going to change master cylinder.Thank you very much : )
Front pads (disc brakes) Rear shoes (drum brakes)
There is no certain link between a car being a stick shift and what kind of brakes it has.
front front - rear rear.
Front brakes have significantly more stopping power than rear brakes.
The front brakes on any vehicle do most of the stopping. When you apply the brakes the weight shifts to the front of the vehicle. For this reason the front brakes are needed more than the rear. Try stopping a vehicle with just the hand brake which applies only the rear brakes.
There are no emergency brakes on the front wheels of vehicles.
Of course. All vehicles have front & rear brakes.
It could stick to nails,nickles and brakes.
It is not necessary to break in brakes.
A 1998 Jeep Cherokee has disc brakes in the front.
That's usually a problem with the calipers, but if you haven't worked on them enough to check it out, it would be best to take it to a shop.