Folks - I've been struggling with diagnosing the reason why my 2240 brakes drag intermittently. The brakes seem to apply correctly, but when the pedals are released, the brake pressure sometimes does not seem to release. Both brakes do this at the same time, leading me to believe that the problem is in the master cylinder, not the actual brakes.
Re: 2240 Brakes Drag in reply to Tx Jim, 08-11-2014 16:06:38
Thanks Jim. I checked the pedals and pivot points. They all look good. I keep thinking this has got to do something with the way that the pressure is released when the pedals are released. It just makes no sense that the problem would be in the independent brakes themselves, as it seems to always happen to both at the same time.
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