Question about 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 1500
Well, if you snapped one of the caliper bolts you still may be able to proceed, try sticking a screw driver through one of holes on the caliper above the pads and rotor and try to press outward so you compress the caliper piston, if you can compress it far enough you may be able to slide the caliper enough to get it past the broken bolt and remove it. for future reference you only need to remove 1 bolt to remove the caliper, the other bolt will pull the slider out.
once you have the caliper removed you should be able to just replace the slider and get a new bolt.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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