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Front right brakes wont fully disengage? - 1991 Jeep Wrangler

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If it fully desengage then you need to do this:
*First Jack up the right front part of the car to be able to take th tire off
*Take tire off
*Unbolt the brake caliper and if you have one of those tools to compress back in the caliper cylinder try to get it all the way in.
It should go back in without any inconvenient.
If not your problem sounds like you're brake caliper is getting stucked with the cylinder outside with will stop the wheel from sppining freely.
Good luck and I hope this will help you.
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