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The photos I see on the internet show that your calliper has a piston on only one side. If the piston is free, then it is more likely that the fault is a seized slider mechanism that centres the calliper on the disc/rotor. The frame the calliper bolts to has 2 metal sliding pins inside rubber dust covers. You should be able to move these metal pins freely ...


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A brake caliper piston can possibly sieze at certain times and places where the cylinder may be corroded even if the piston manually pushes back. But usually if you don't have to use much force with the tool to push it back then the caliper may be good. A common problem that causes your symptoms is a bad rubber brake hose. Due to internal damage in the hose, ...


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