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Both wheels do not rotate together

My husband was changing the brakes and had the car on stands with the tires removed...he thought the caliper was bad so he had me put the van into drive...When the driver side started to rotate the passenger side stayed stuck...What could cause this...Like I said he replaced the caliper but it continued to stay stuck...

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Replace the rubber brake hose that the caliper is connected to!

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There may be air in the line or the caliper could be faulty try bleeding the brakes

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