Binding Brakes

Just replaced front rotors and pads all around on a 99 Taurus. All the caliper slide pins were greased with caliper lube. Now the right rear caliper seem to be binding/dragging., making a scraping sound mostly moving
off and when coasting to a stop. The other wheels seem to be fine. What could be the cause of this.
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B. M. B wrote:

when i did mine on a 96 taurus i also used the high temp. brake grease on the slide pins.... did you take all the old pads off and chean the pins and other moving parts real good??? also did you use new rotors or them turned if they were thicker enough?? how about the new pads were they low cost $15.95 per set???? if so this might be the problem or if grease got on the pads or rotor then this might be the problem.. the wheel that is giving you trouble should be take apart and check for the above also if the rotors were in good shape and you did not have to get it turned did you take emery paper and make small circles all around on both sides of the rotor(this will get off metal shavings that have built up from the old disc pads that were removed......
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