This is a 1999 Dodge Caravan 6 cylinder 3.3 FWD.
When driving in cool weather the van drives fine. When driving in warmer weather the brake gets hard and acceleration is little. The driver-side front wheel gets scalding-hot and starts to smoke.
I have changed the following items with new parts: brake pads, calipers, rotors, ball joints, inner and outer tie rods, the hose from cooling fan unit to the engine, sending unit, oil changed, inspection a couple new tires.
This still happens, so what could be wrong? The driver front caliper was seized up so I put another new caliper on it. The vehicle was driven a short distance with the emergency brake on 10 months ago, back brakes were slightly caught for a bit.
I haven't had any trouble with them, although once in a very blue moon I can hear a slight catch from the rear. Please help.