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| The brakes on my 2002 325cic sometimes fail to release. They apply
| light, increasing pressure until you can really feel it from within
| the vehicle. Rolling to a stop becomes impossible, the brakes grab
| and even prevent me from rolling backwards on slight inclines. It's
| an intermittent issue -- one usually associated with warmer weather.
| Any clues as to what could be causing them to fail to release
| properly? Recently I did have them replace the parking brake kit as
| it failed and had brake matter stuck in the brake caliper...
Similar situation happened to me few years ago, only more drastic.
After driving (Audi, not BMW) for an hour or so it was like I was
trying to brake and accelerate at the same time. All four wheels
(brake rotors) were (very) hot.
It turned up to be brake master cylinder. And it all started to happen
after I went to a mechanic for some unrelated job, and he noticed that
my brake fluid level was low (but it was only not at max), and added
some. After that I had to change clutch hydraulic cylinder, and brake
master cylinder. He must have added wrong brake fluid.
But this was a independent mechanic, not Audi dealer, BMW dealership
should knew what is correct brake fluid for your car.
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