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I am replacing the front brakes on a Kia Rio and I have an "A" bolt and a "B" bolt and I don't know which one goes where?

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"A" bolt on top; "B" bolt on bottom.

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You shuoldnt have removed any bolts unless you changed the rotors. if you inadvertantly seperated the two halves of the caliper then you will need to replace them

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14 or 15mm

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