Originally Posted by Bad 57
I recently changed a set of front rotors and disc on my 1957 Chev.. Bel Air because they had built up so much that they actually caught fire and stop the vehicle from rolling. I originally thought they pistons wear gummed up from sitting so long causing them to drag and the resulting heat build up. So... not the case I changed them for a new set of CCP 11in. brakes and rotors and Iam experiencing the same problem. Can any one tell me what I am doing wrong
How many wheels does it affect? It may be a problem with the Master Cylinder or the system still has air in it.