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Thread: E brake issues

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    E brake issues

    I'm having trouble with installing my upgraded rear Wilwood e-brakes Model 140-15138-D. I've got the IRS package.

    When the brake is engaged with the handle, the pads clamp down well enough, so the rotor doesn't turn at all.
    The issue is that when i dis-engage the lever, the brake piston & pads don't move back to their original position.
    I couldn't slip a piece of paper between the rotor & brake pad when disengaged. I don't know if this is due to the cable being installed incorrectly or what, but this driving me nuts.

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    They won't, all disc brake pads ride the rotor, some drag is normal. So unless you can't turn the rotor by hand after releasing the handle, all is ok.

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