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Stuck caliper on 2003 road king classic

I replaced the rear brake pads, upon completion, the caliper piston stuck causing no rear brakes

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Obviously you did something wrong. Take it apart and put it together correctly or since brakes are so important get someone who has the expertise to do it for you if you do not have the expertise yourself.

Posted on Oct 18, 2014

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SOURCE: replace rear brake pads

Remove right saddlebag, pull the two caliper mounting bolts and remove the caliper. Do not open bleeder or disconnect line. You will need to push a large screwdriver between the old pads before removing them in order to push the pucks back into the caliper or the new pads will not spread enough to reinstall. Then pull the two smaller bolts from the caliper and the pads will fall out. The pads are different for inside and outside, so pay attention, and remember, after reinstalling, before riding, be sure to pump brake pedal, and it may take a few stops before brakes stop as effectively as before.

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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SOURCE: rear brake pad change 07 streetglide

You don't have to but you should pull the caliper anyway, to clean it and check the anti-rattle spring.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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SOURCE: changing rear brake pads..

if the 04 is the same as my 05 ultra (and i belive it is) the rear caliper can not be removed with out pulling the axel out, and taking the 3 big star bolts out will split the caliper in half, (it is a 2 peice)

take the 2 small star bolts out, use a stiff putty knife to push the pistons back, before you pull the old pads out, make sure you take the cover off the master, slip new pads in, start with the frount and put the bolts thru to hold it then the rear

when you retighten the bolts you want the hear a "pop" that means the rear tip of the bolt is past the retaining spring, if you dont hear a pop the bolts will work there way out, (found this out the hard way, $129 new rotor, $195 new caliper)

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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There are two brake light switches. One is in the right handlebar switch housing. This is front brake light switch and is a simple push button type switch actuated by the front brake lever.

The other switch is a pressure switch and it is located in a Tee usually somewhere under the bike near the rear of the transmission. Follow the metal tube coming out of the rear of the master cylinder. It will go back towards the rear brake. Somewhere in that line there will be a tee with the pressure switch in it. If you jumper across this switch, the brake light should work. If it does work when you do this but not work when you depress the rear brake signal, replace the rear brake light switch.

Good luck
Steve

Posted on May 27, 2010

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SOURCE: wiring diagram for tourpak on 2003 Harley Road King Ultra Classic

i have a 2003 ultra classic my riding lights keep blowing the fuse it wont do it sitting in the garage i have gone thru the wiring harnessing looking for the short fixed many things but still have the problem the turn signals work the brake lights still work so where do i look

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Unbolt the caliper from front forks (2 bolts).
You'll have to move the caliper as far down as the hose will allow to clear the edge of the fender with the caliper to get it off the disc.
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If master cylinder is almost full of brake fluid, siphon some out.
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Because the pistons were pushed back into the caliper (to compensate for the thicker new pads), it'll take several pumps of the brake lever before the pistons move the pads out enough to make contact with the disc.
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Hi Anonymous, jack up bike so rear wheel is off the ground and can spin, bang the caliper on the outer half with a deadblow or rubber mallet 2 or 3 good wacks. Try and spin the wheel, if it spins check the rotor for warpage then check the brake pedal to make it works and is not locking up the rear wheel to where it won't spin freely. If it does lock up then your caliper pistons are cocked and need to be pushed all the way back into the bores and re-bleed the system. Good luck

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Take everything off the rear of the bike so you can gain access to the rear brake caliper. There are two screws that hold the brake caliper into the caliper bracket. Remove the screws. Most newer bikes have Torx head screws. Once you get the screws out, rock the caliper a bit and gently lift it up. Notice the position of the pads and the anti-rattle hardware that is in there. Some bikes have a "spirng" in there as well. Notice how it's all in there and then take it out. Replace the pads and hardware. Make sure you put the rear pad in with the fiber towards the rotor. Don't laugh, I've seen professionals put them in backwards, metal to metal.

Now, you've got to get the piston back into the bore of the caliper. I use either a large C-clamp or a large pair of slip joint pliers. Protect the paint on your caliper by wrapping it with rags or something. Compress the piston until it is all the way down into it's bore. Then, carefully put the caliper back on the bracket, insert bolts and torque them to 18-20 foot pounds.

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There are two long bolts (Torqx type bolts) that hold the rear caliper into it's bracket, Remove the two bolts and lift the caliper off the rear caliper bracket. Notice how the pads and the "anti-rattle clips" are positioned in the caliper bracket. Replace the pads and anti-rattle clips with new ones.

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