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Front brake service for a 1995 subaru legacy. Repair calipers and new pads how to do it?

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Calipers need repairing only if they leak. Remove tire then calipers. Remove brake pad from calipers. Compress pistons in brake caliper and install new brake pad. Replace calipers and tire.

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  1. Remove the caliper body and the support from housing, and suspend it from strut using a wire.

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