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Hey all,

I have a break emergency need assistance with please. Needed this truck on the road hauling my house hold goods by tomorrow and the breaks decide to act up in the 11th hour.
Right side caliper hung up, with no time to spare I replaced both front calipers, pads and hoses. Flushed, and bled and bled and bled all 4 lines. Pedal feels fine breaks are working but all 4 rotars are over heating now!?!? First test ride the fron right new caliper over heated to the point I had to stop. I limped it home a few hours later and replaced the rubber break line hoses. And took it out again and noticed all four gettting too hot now. Fronts are hotter and the rears but can’t touch any of them. I’ve replaced everything I can and bled the lines at each step. What could be causing all four to act up now? I am using DOT 3 fluid.
2009 F-250 6.4, crew cab, 4x4 on 35/12.50’s. Thanks for any help!
 

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Idk but I certainly would replace all the brake fluid wondering if there's water in the lines
 
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