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Changing rear brake pads on 2002 buick lesabre

How do you remove the rear brake caliper, bottom has bolt to remove, top bolt doesn't have a way to remove, does it hinge on top bolt? most have top and bottom bolt.

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    how do I rebuild rear brake caliper on 2006 buick lucerne

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Your correct, does hinge on top bolt and then is ussually stiff pulling from pin, but it will move

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