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W900girl 5/3/2010
1995 Chevrolet Blazer LT 6Cyl4.3L - Brakes
Hard vibration when braking, pulls to the right, (replaced hub assembly), eating through brake pads, warped new rotors
I've replaced the front brakes 3 times since Sept 2009, need them again. Replaced rotors in January 2010; need again. Changed calipers in January also.; although, not needed.
Was told it could be the brake hoses. How many hoses are on the right side of a 1995 Chevy Blazer 4wd? How hard is it to replace them.

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  • Nissan Technical Advisor
    Check the following for possible causes of vibration

    Check tyres for alignments and wear

    Check disc rotor or hub for warping

    Check axle bearing failure

    Check defective drive shaft U joints

    Siezed calliper or wheel cylinder on one side – overhaul or renew if piston or cylinder is worn

    Contaminated linings on one side – renew (both sides)

    Normally, only one hose connecting from master cylinder to disc brake cylinder


    Visit www.autopartswarehouse.com for parts
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  • joel
    joel 9/17/2010
    if the right front piston caliper compresses ok when changing your brakes,then its allmost %100 guarenteed the brake hose has collapsed inside.i would change that and make sure it comes with new copper washers for the banjo fitting.
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