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I changed a 93 ford calipers and they are leaking

Do u need sealant for that leak

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    what leak?

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If the calipers are leaking then they are defective.....

if the leak is at the banjo bolt "where the line bolts to the caliper" then you need new copper crush washers.

good luck

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