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How to rebuild brake calipers to 2003 Toyota Corolla front brakes. I have rebuild kit with no instructions.

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You will need a caliper hone to clean the bore and the compresed air to blow the seals wider to open to get the piston baqck into place correctly. If the seal is not blown open you will destroy the new seal. Wet the seal and piston with brake fluid and blow the air into the hole where the bleeder is at. As you blow the air into the caliper with the piston pressed on the seal the seal will expand so the piston will fall into place

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