Sounds like one of the calipers is (partly) seized. The car is probably
pulling to one side as well under normal braking. An overhaul of the
calipers and new pads would probably sort it. Also check the discs.
If you have a dual brake circuit fitted which is split in circuits with
one front and the opposite rear brake, check the Pressure Differential
Valve or Pressure Differential Warning Actuator (PDWA). The plunjer
should be central but can get dislodged after leakage or bleeding the
But first check the tyre pressures.
Op 5-8-2020 om 05:00 schreef Bob Spidell:
> Today I replaced a section of brake line on my BJ8 that I'd squashed
> with a jackstand. The operation was a success, and I got good pedal
> after bleeding, but when I stomped on the brakes only the front left
> locked-up. This has been the case as long as I can remember, but as I
> don't usually need to lock them up it hasn't bothered me. But, now I'm
> wondering 'why?' There's no adjustment on disk brakes, obviously, so
> why would one squeeze harder than the other?
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