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How can you properly diagnose an internally collapsed brake hose if there is no bump anywhere on the hose?

How can you properly diagnose an internally collapsed brake hose if there is no bump anywhere on the hose?

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Try releasing pressure by opening the bleeder screw. If the caliper moves once pressure is relieved, the brake hose is probably at fault. If the caliper remains stuck, check for proper operation of the piston and the slide pins.

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Tom Dayton
JS Auto Supply
Jamestown, NY

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