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    Chip DeBruyckere
    Chip DeBruyckere
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    hi all. I have a 2015 f150 which is covered under CPO and I have the extended plan. Recently my front passenger brake started making a grinding noise. I figured that im probably due for pads. Driving along yesterday and as I come to a stop the grinding gets very loud and I the truck halts like the wheel seized up then the pedal gets limp and goes to floor. I was close to home so I limp home and sure enough there is brake fluid everywhere. not the hose but coming out from the caliper piston. I also noticed loads of oxidized dust all down the side on my truck and all over the wheel and wheel well. Clearly I have a faulty caliper. That is covered under warrantee; but what are the chances they cover the rotor and pad as well?

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    Nightflyr *
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    If I had to venture a guess.
    Depending on what the dealership determines the root cause ( which will most likely not be in your favor ) will determine if it is covered.

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