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2001 Ford econoline 350 - I have fluid leaking past the seal onto the emergency brake pads on my rear wheel. How do I replace that seal?

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Hi!!

There is a caliper rebuild kit available for your van, click the link below for diagrams an instruccions on how to rebuild the caliper.

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/parts/2001-Ford-E350-Super-Duty-Van/Brake-Caliper-Kit-Rear/_/N-jg50lZ8ko02

Good Luck!!

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