Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Laytonsville, MD
I feel ya, I just changed out both front calipers on my 06 since they were stuck and dragging after about 4 miles.... drivers worse than pass, but both hung up.
I would say a couple things
first, I had divots in both brackets on this vehicle, driver side was deep, passenger side not so bad. I removed them both and lubed to keep the pads from hanging, and reduce the corrosion that forms, which brings me to my second observation,
this Jeep sits for extended periods days, weeks sometimes months since I have an excess of vehicles. The parts sit in one position and normal condensation, humidity etc, generates corrosion on wear areas like caliper slides, inside piston bores etc. . Other than being deliberate about lubing things and preventing corrosion, which is almost impossible I need to make a point to drive this vehicle more. Moving parts don't corrode, or at least not as easily.
2004 Sienna Pearl
no front bumper extensions
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