Front caliper piston seals are gone can get kit for 35 bucks
because there is a problem with your anti-lock brakes
Check your ABS system... How Anti-Lock Brakes Work Copy & Paste link http://auto.howstuffworks.com/anti-lock-brake.htm
Try watching the Full Clash of Triton Video and find the lock.
figure it out
Be pointless. The point of anti-lock brakes it to effectively "pump" the brakes for you.
Frozen caliper? if disc brakes Broken or disconnect return spring if drum brakes? Brakes not adjusted properly? Parking brake cable frozen and not releasing?
If it is an older car without ABS the brakes would lock up and the car would slide/push/unable to steer, unless you got on/off the brakes. With ABS the computer would pulse the brakes and would prevent lock up so you would be able to steer.
Please clarify your question.
Most likely you do not have anti-lock brakes in your vehicle. Other possible answer is that your anti-lock brakes are malfunctioning. If you have anti-lock brakes you should see a mechanic as soon as possible.
The driver would need to step on the brake pedal when braking a vehicle equipped with anti-lock brakes. FYI, the driver would also need to step on the brake pedal when braking a vehicle that is NOT equipped with anti-lock brakes. Hope this helps.