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I was replacing my brake pads and I removed the e-brake spring for better access to one of the bolts, only to find out that it's not easy to put the spring back on. So the rear-left brake caliper does not have the spring on it. Then I started noticing too much brake dust on the left front wheel and it turned out that the brake pads on that side were wearing prematurely. I replaced that brake caliper, made sure that the sliding pins are lubricated etc. I don't see as much brake dust on the left front wheel now, but it's still significantly more than the right front wheel. And the brake pad wear on the front left is significantly more than the right front pads.

My question is that can the rear left caliper not having the spring be the cause of this ? Any insights or advice would be appreciated.
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