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Carlos Mwila
Feb 27
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Feb 27
There are several potential causes of brake binding, including:

1. Rust or corrosion on the brake calipers or brake pads, which can cause them to stick and not release properly.

2. Worn or damaged brake components, such as caliper pistons or brake hoses, which can prevent the brakes from releasing fully.

3. Contaminated brake fluid, which can cause the brake components to stick and not release properly.

4. Improperly adjusted brake components, such as the brake pedal or brake calipers, which can cause the brakes to bind.

5. Overheating of the brakes, which can cause the brake components to expand and stick.

6. Misaligned brake pads or calipers, which can cause uneven wear and binding of the brakes.

To address brake binding, it is important to inspect and potentially replace any worn or damaged brake components, clean and lubricate the brake calipers and pads, flush and replace the brake fluid, and ensure that all brake components are properly adjusted and aligned. If the issue persists, it may be necessary to seek professional assistance from a mechanic or brake specialist.

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