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willie in mn
Another possibility. Uneven pressure can trigger a warning light. Hot brake can cause expansion causing uneven reading in ABS sensors.
Gain access to an infra-red thermometer. Might be able to beg, borrow, rent, steal, or if all else fails, buy one. it will come in handy for many other uses.
As a prep exercise, make sure you can open all your bleeder valves. Next time the problem happens, shoot the temp of all 4 brakes. Open the bleeder on whichever brake is hot. If fluid spits out & brake releases, chances are that the hose between frame & caliper/cylinder is swelled shut on the inside. Master cyl pressure can force fluid toward brake, but swelled hose won't let it return. Had it happen on both fronts on my RV.
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