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Something has to be causing this caliper piston to get to the point of getting stuck, this means either the brake rotor is warped thus making the caliper piston cycle in and out rapid, or the brake pads are to hard or burnished and there producing to much heat and the caliper piston is seizing form heat. Also make sure the wheel bearing is good.