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My calipers have seized up on my 2004 Cavalier LS and want to know if I can use the parts from a 2002 Cavalier to fix them?

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I do believe they are the same but the sure way to find out would be to call autozone and ask them for the part number for a replacement caliper for the 2004 and then ask for the number for the 2002 and compare them. Hope this helps.

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Yes all calipers and rotor are the same 1995-2004 on all cavaliers and sunires

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SECTION 206-00: Brake System 2003 Lincoln LS Workshop Manual REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Procedure revision date: 03/17/2004
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Material Item Specification High Temperature Nickel Anti-Seize Lubricant
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