Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Calipers are relatively easy to replace. Remove the wheel, remove the two 10mm (I think) bolts that hold the caliper on, disconnect the flex line going to the caliper. Do not loose the copper gaskets that are on the flex line through bolt. New calipers usually come with new ones but sometimes they aren't in the box. Remember how they went on.
Reverse procedure to install, fill the master cylinder and open the bleed valve on the caliper. Have someone gently step down on the brake pedal, close the valve, then repeat 'till no air comes out. Keep an eye on the master while doing that so it does not run dry. Repeat same procedure on drivers side. Close top on the master while bleeding so fluid does not come out of it. If it gets on the vehicle paint it can damage it. After putting the wheels back on push down on the brake pedal to make sure you have brakes before attempting to drive.
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