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The caliper should be fine once the brake line issue is repaired providing it didn't get hot enough to melt the seals. The pads may appear fine but I would replace them. Pads that got that hot mays have hairline cracks in them. The cracks could eventually cause pieces of the lining to flake off. The rotor is likely in need of replacement also. As far as ...


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I believe it's brake caliper cylinder or brake guides that's stuck. I'd go with: Drain all brake fluid. (You should change boiled-up brake fluid) Service the brake caliper. (Change rubber parts, o-rings, clean off rust, silicone paste for cylinder and guides, copper paste on pads). Change both rear brake disks. (Most likely you overheated that locking ...


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It sounds like something is preventing the piston in your brake master cylinder from returning all the way to its home position. This could be caused by something getting in the way of the pedal, preventing it from coming all the way back up. It doesn't take much, either. Just a fraction of an inch (a few mm) off its normal resting point and a bit of ...


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If you look in the trunk near the taillight you will find some plastic screws that hold the carpet in place. Using a flat head screwdriver remove them by unscrewing them or prying them out. Moving the carpet should reveal the mounting bolts for the taillight. It will most likely require a 10mm deep socket to remove the nuts. Disconnect the lamp sockets from ...



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