I changed the rear brakes on my 2004 Chevrolet Silverado and now both brake calipers are sticking. What causes this and how do I fix it?
To add to user9181, when changing brake pads, its important to properly lubricate the moving parts. If you are doing this yourself, the new pads/clips should come with a little diagram showing where to apply lubricant to the clips. If you have a shop do the work, you can only hope they do all this. If the caliper pistons are stuck, it is possible to rebuild these (basically, installing fresh rubber boots and cleaning up the sliding surfaces), but a new set of calipers is fairly cheap. Good luck!