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How to take the front caliber off the 04 expedition

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To remove the front caliper, you must pop pop off the anti rattle spring, pay close attention as to how it attaches so you can reinstall it, then pop off the hex bolt covers on the rear of the caliper, then using a 7mm hex driver, loosen the two hex bolts that fasten the caliper to the caliper bracket, and pry the caliper away from the rotor from the bottom first then slide it off.

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