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It dont matter if it is the front or back if they are both hydrolic. just losen the bleeder valve screw and use a flat head to seporate the brakes from the rotor. if it is the back brake and it is a manual brake then you are gpoing to need to remove the back wheel and start taking things apart. lets just hope you dont have to do that. if you do then hit me up and i will explane step by step for you.

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THIS TIP GIVES YOU AN EASY WAY TO WHEEL A MOTORBIKE AROUND IF THE BRAKE CALIPER/S SEIZE & CHEAP SEIZED CALIPER FIXES

Most disc brakes seize due to corrosion, so the piston gets pumped out but cannot return on its own . Sometimes the piston seal gets dislodged with the same effect.

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With a rubber mallet or similar hit the brake calipers sharply on the out-most side where there are 1,2 or 3 round shapes in the cast metal, thereby forcing the brake pistons back a fraction.

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the caliper is seized (piston inside)
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or the rotor is cracked or warped.
ABS modulator , on this line seized at that end.
Any brake feed line to this caliper , blocked or crushed.
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I sure can't teach you how to do all these tests here. (read book on brakes firsts?)

get car serviced, it's only brakes.
here are the photos again.
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