Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2000 10:11:31 -0700
From: Marty <nospamyouscumsuckingslimmurennopsamnet>
Subject: Re: '89 900 Calipers

Always replace brake and suspension parts in pairs, both front or both rears. Frozen calipers usually mean corrosion in the cylinder is causing the piston to stick, which will cause excessive and uneven pad wear as well as uneven braking. Depending on how bad the problem is, it might be possible prepair but replacing both rear calipers is a very good idea. Marty / SPG9 Fran McCormack wrote: > I brought my '89 900 to a "Speedy" brake shop for new pads. I was told > that the rear calipers were "frozen" and had to be replaced. The > technicians clearly were not familiar with this car in that they > couldn't reset the e-brake. > > Can anyone tell me if there is a certain way to release these calipers > other than replacing banging on the piston? Also, do calipers have to > be purchased and installed in pairs? I found that only one caliper was > "frozen" and I bought two new ones. Thanks in Advance...

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