Brake repair gone wrong, I think?
I had a brake job done a few moths ago at a natinally known shop. I got the full works including ceramic pads and rotors in the front and turned rotors and ceramic pads on the back. Now at @ 62300 miles on my van, and I don't ride the brakes, one caliper in the back is shot and has wrecked the rotor and pads. The caliper piston is moving in and out at an angle and is not moving freely so it is craking, burning, and unevenly wearing the pads, warping the rotor and squeeking. I think it was not properly seated when it was reinstalled after the brake job and the shop should repair it under the 2 year warantee I got on the work. If their error caused the failure I think they should have to replace the rear calipers, rotors, and pads under the warantee on both sides since you don't fix one side without fixing the other. Am I right or am I full of beans.