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How to get the front caliper apart it's sticking

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Remove it from bike disassemble put a rag over calper loosen bleder valve blow air in bleeder valve piston should come out buy rebuild kit clean with scotch pad put back together MOPAR KENNY

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You'll have to re-build the caliper or replace it.. If it is rebuildable, kits are cheap and pretty easy to do. Consult any old repair manual. Of course, you'll have to break the line apart, so you have to bleed them again-sigh.

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Have you confirmed that the front brake is the actual problem? If it is, it means that the hydraulic pressure is not releasing when you let go of the lever or the caliper itself is sticking on its mount or the piston in the caliper is stuck. To check for a hydraulic condition, apply the brake hard, release it and open the bleeder; if fluid spurts out, the hydraulic pressure isn't releasing and the first item to suspect would be the rubber brake line having an internal collapse. If that test shows the hydraulic pressure is releasing, take the caliper off and press the piston in as if you were changing the brake pads. If the piston retracts smoothly, you can rule it out as the cause of the sticking. Lastly, while the caliper is out, check the sliding surfaces and make sure they're all clean. Apply some brake grease on the sliding surfaces to ensure they don't bind and reassemble. Safe riding.

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Just replace rear rotors and brake pads on my 2007 Ford Freestyle. took it out for a test drive to the store and it seemed fine. On the way back from the store they started making this loud scraping noise....


On an '07, it's probably not the caliper. You may just have a stone or some dirt stuck inbetween the pads and the rotor. I've seen this many times, and all it requires is to take it apart again and clean the rotors off. However, while you have it apart, check to see if everything appears to be in its proper place, because if the pads were not seated properly, one of the pads could have came loose and may be rubbing up against the rotor flange. Good luck.

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When applying the front brake, the lever gets harder and the caliper sticks, which causes the front brake to smoke


More than likely from what you have described, the pistons need to be removed from the caliper and inspected. They will need either a thorough cleaning or replacement. Make sure you replace the seals and o rings in the caliper while you have it apart. It also probably would be a really good idea to go ahead and rebuild the master cylinder. The internals in that are probably just as old as the caliper parts.

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