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Join Date: Feb 2002
Location: The land that Time forgot
If your caliper is seizing "on"... then the problem may be in the rubber brake hose to it, breaking down internally causing a fluid "lock" rather than the compensator.
If the compensator is seized, the caliper would get very little pressure. The brake won't stick on... it's more likely to be "weak" since the caliper isn't getting worked enough. Eventually that under-used/"inactive" caliper piston may stick/seize in its "weak/off" position.. so that the rear brakes don't get enough braking force, even if you correct the compensator so it is pushing more bias (i.e. fluid) to the rear brakes.
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