Question about 1997 Chevrolet Astro
1st open the bleeder valve try to push piston in if piston go in the caliper good the rubber brake hose where it attash to metal brake release the pipe try to puh piston back in im sure it wont go in if so the rubber brake line let oil go truth but prevent the oil to come out that why the caliper thay on change the rubber hose everybody happy hope it help fixys our problem thanks pierre
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