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Brakes sticking

Friday, December 14 2012, 08:03 AM
:(Hi,i have a slight problem with my front brakes as one of the calipers is starting to seize,what's the best way to attack this.The caliper is a single pot from a sierra
Many thanks in advance
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    Tuesday, December 18 2012, 06:10 PM - #permalink
    Thanks for the info John,i'll give it a go tomorrow and let you know what happens
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    Friday, December 14 2012, 08:36 AM - #permalink
    Good question Mark, probably others will have this problem when they take their cars out of storage in the Spring.
    John is sure to be able to answer this!
    Bob
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