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Old 10-24-2006, 05:12 PM   #1
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Cannot remove my break calipers


So I went to change my break pads today. Jacked up the car, removed my tire, removed the caliper bolts and then when I attempted to remove the break caliper itself it wouldn't budge. It was almost like the break pad was constantly depressed on the rotor. People talk about being careful to watch the caliper falling off and hurting the break lines. However, I literally could not pull the darned thing off. Anyone ever have this happen or know why this might happen?

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