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Caliper seezing calipar was seezing replace with new one still seezing replace flex line same new pad same bleed system still seezing?

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I had the same problem i replaced flex lines and the master cylinder flushed out brake lines no more problem.

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My brakes pedal goes all the way to the floor i have replace the front to brake lines i have no brakes what so ever but my pads are good.


Did you bleed the lines and master cyl. If you are talking about the flex lines that connect to the caliper, did you make sure that the fluid did not
drain out.

If the master cyl did not empty you will just have to bleed the lines again,
have someone help do do this. If you don't know how, just post it
and someone will get you a nice detailed page of bleeding your lines.

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