I went to Midas and they said I needed new calipers on my 2001 Toyota Tundra. They put them on and all was well. I later took the truck into town 7 miles where the brakes began slowing the vehicle down some and then as I got almost to my office, they were really pulling and smoking.
I called and took it over at lunch as the brakes were unlocked and ok for the 4 mile trip. They cleaned the brake area, said all was well and nothing is wrong. I told them there is something wrong, you just have not found it.
I let the truck mostly sit for 3 weeks while we were away. I took the truck to the office again and as I got closer I thought I felt some resistance. I parked, then left 4 hours later to go 4-5 miles to pick up my granddaughter.
The brakes were smoking and hot and locking as I pulled in. I let them cool to take to the office, on my way back they almost locked and caught fire on right side, but I'm not sure about the left. I parked it and called again, the shop looked at the brakes again and said that there was nothing wrong.
What could be causing this problem?