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2007 Yukon - right rear caliper sticking? Breaks squeaking and grinding. Searched all over for part - left available, right on backorder. Is there a major issue with this part? Warranty issue?

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Depending on the milage it should or will be covered by the factory warrenty,and if it isn't due to miles contact customer service at GM the phone number is in your owners manual.I have been dealing with GM warrenty for over 27 years and they will usually work with you to keep you as a customer.

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Have worked on quite a few of these and have never seen issue with calipers. I do know that you sometimes have to hunt parts for a Tahoe instead of a Yukon to get the correct ones.

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