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Old 06-25-2006, 12:40 PM   #1
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ahh so im trying to remove the brake caliper slide pin on my rear brake calipers on a 92 accord sedan ex since they were seized up on both sides, how would i go about getting those pins out ? its the brake caliper slide pins if im correct
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Default Re: brake caliper slide pin stuck! (vietxdragon)

remove the dust boot if possible and then use some rust penetrant and keep tapping on the housing while trying to get the pin twisting and turning. If it's is really bad you might drill a small hole into the housing, reseal it with epoxy later, and get some Blaster penetrating fluid in that way.
The problem with really bad corrosion is, after cleaning it all out there might be too much slack around the pin and the setup will wiggle when you step on the brake.
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ok i've tried smacking the housing with a hammer but no budge its in their pretty good> got any other ideas? any another thing i cant get 1 bolt off to remove the caliper bracket. the 14mm bolt, thats in their pretty good too. it seems that the previous owner of the car snapped the other bolt cuz it was a different bolt, lol it was like a 17mm bolt head with 2 washers. I'm getting frustrated help would be nice Click the image to open in full size.
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ahh so im trying to remove the brake caliper slide pin on my rear brake calipers on a 92 accord sedan ex since they were seized up on both sides, how would i go about getting those pins out ? its the brake caliper slide pins if im correct
I heat the bad ones up with the torch to get em out. You'll need a new boot if you do that.
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