just had brakes changed and rotors turned on 2005 dodge ram 1500,driver side caliper sticking,...
then replaced it and new one is also sticking what could be problem?
You should take the caliper off and clean it up. Make sure the pistons are clean.
What makes you think the caliper is sticking? You could have a pinched line or a bad master cylinder, also, your brake light switch could be out of adjustment, but that would usually affect all 4 wheels. One other question, when you replaced the caliper, did it bleed ok?
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