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Toyota sienna the front brake right is stuck (braking) what can I do? Somebody please helpme

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  • Jorge Oct 07, 2008

    Thanks my friend ,
    Try to do it myself

  • speedmaster1 Oct 22, 2008

    I have the same problem with the driver's side.

    after replacing the caliper, pads, rotors and lines I still have no fluid coming out of the drivers side

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This is caused by a faulty caliper you need to purchase the new part if you wish to install it yourself it isnt too hard I can explain how if you would like but it is the caliper wearing out and sticking open causing the brake to stick and likely pulls to the right

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

  • Erick Beckwith Oct 07, 2008

    you are very welcome

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