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my 2013 gen coupe had its rear passenger brake stick. 2 months ago going up to the colder interior I could feel it slow the car then once i stopped it was heated. Off to the dealer and they lubed the guides. 2 months later back to the cold and the same thing has happened again. Pad is completed worn, brakes sticking even more and high heat of course.
Is this an issue with anyone else?
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Nope.. take it back to the dealership and get them to fix it properly.
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Mine is doing the same thing. It's a 2015, rear passenger caliper sticking.
Did you repair yourself, or take it in?
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Mine is a 2015 Ultimate and I sometimes hear the brakes sticking when starting from a stop. I have not checked to see if they continue to hold or if they are fine afterward. I guess I should check?

Only 14k miles on mine.

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I just read somewhere that someone said the E brake pad separated from the shoe, and caused it to be a problem.
That's what it sounds like it might be in my situation.

At a stop, it rolls forward like it's not binding, then, when I start accelerating, or I'm in the highway, it starts feeling odd.
I'm guessing it's from the drum pad floating inside and intermittently jamming up.

I'm going to look this weekend.

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