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2013 Chevy Silverado front brakes dragging



I have a 2013 Chevy Silverado 5.3 auto 4x4. I started having issues with the front brakes staying slightly on all the time and getting super hot. 

Have replaced

-Front calipers, pads, rotors and rubber hoses from calipers to frame. 

-Rear wheel cylinders, shoes, hardware and drums

-AC Delco new master cylinder and power booster

-Flushed the fluid and computer bled with scan tool. 

They front brakes are still slightly on and get super hot. Don’t see any issue with lines anywhere. What is my next move? Thanks

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ABS unit is the only thing left, besides a proportioning valve if it's not part of the ABS unit.

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Change the rubber lines they break down on the inside and the line acts as a one way check valve, sorry didn't read full post make sure there not after market pads some fit too tightly in the shim hardware

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