nylon and rubber lubricant is what I use. Holts do it in a little spray can which is good. Or there are other sources though, I think maplin also do one. Failing that WD40 or GT85? would be better than nothing.
Yes it would, thank you, I have now checked externally and although original all look in good condition. The problem wheel of course was the nearside front which is only inches from the ABS unit. LesA faulty rubber hose or dented steel brake line can also cause the same symtoms.
I said "servo" in original and I meant master cylinder. LesAlways serviced and never let me down in 9 years and 109K until I passed it to my daughter. New Starter motor last week and boxing day brakes seized on front passenger side. RAC man came out to me on the M25 and failed to force the brake piston back up the cylinder, it was rock solid until he lossened the bleed nipple. The cylinder looked clean so I now suspect the ABS not the master cylinder as the problem only on that wheel. Is there a valve that can stick ? I have driven it slowly home now without braking, (not fun), does anyone have any suggestions please ?
Check the courtesy door switches, are the fixing screws tight and if you 'flick' them in/out does the light work? Could be poor earth on the fixing screw. The switches are easy to replace.courtesy lights on my 600 wont come on when doors opened tjey work if switch is put on permanent , the only time they have worked correctly was a damp winter night 18 months ago, any ideas !!