Replacing Brake Calipers?

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To replace your brake calipers you first need to remove the wheel from the car or truck. You then need to loosen and remove the caliper bolts. Don't forget to have a drain pan under the caliper to catch the brake fluid. Remove the caliper and the banjo bolt from the hose. Then, remove the brake pads. Then, place the new caliper into place attach the hose and all the bolts and put the brake pads into place. Then replace the wheel.
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1. Raise and support the vehicle on jack stands. Remove the wheels. Spread the brake pads apart with the common screwdriver. Insert it in the hole in the top of ...
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