Okay, this is a daily driver brake question. The car is a 1995 Buick Skylark Custom. It currently has 122,000 on it.
Here's the problem. About a month or two ago, the brakes would make a clicking noise only while at a certain speed WHILE making a left turn (I think I was going about 30 or so). Right turning while braking is fine, hard straight line braking is fine, and any sort of turning in general (regardless of speed) is fine. I replaced the pads and noticed that the outer most pad was worn farther than the inner, so I thought it could be my caliper. I went driving and the noise was gone. Now it is back after only about two months. My wife said that she thought she saw steam or smoke from behind the front tire after she drove it for a while though. It never happened again, but I think that the caliper isn't relaxing like it should.
I need to take the wheels off and check the new pads now, but is there any words of wisdom that anyone can give me???