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Right hand front caliper jams on have checked

Right hand front caliper jams on have checked flexy hose and rebuilt caliper is the valve unit repairable or is it a repacement unit

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How can we help? What year is the car? What brought you to the conclusion that it is a right side issue. What did you do in checking the brake hose and why did you replace the caliper. You were not wishing hoping,pushing poking where you. Don't throw parts at anything till you familiarize yourself with the system your working on. If your referring to the ABS Module you'll need some professional help with that and it's not repairable by you.

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