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Your Acura Integra will be happy to know that the search for the right Brake Caliper Kit products you’ve been looking for is over! Advance Auto Parts has 5 different Brake Caliper Kit for your vehicle, ready for shipping or in-store pick up. The best part is, our Acura Integra Brake Caliper Kit products start from as little as $4.19.
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I saw a tear around my front caliper seal on my 2014 alitima. got this set. Did'nt have an air pump so using a youtube video from "Random Chris" was able to use the brakes to pump the piston out, make sure you start with a full reservoir of brake fluid and have plenty on hand as a bunch will come out and will continue to drip so you will need to top it off and watch so it doesnt get too low. Removed inner and outer seals and wiped piston and inside areas clean. Put fresh fluid on the inner seal and seated inside caliper. Now the hardest part, seating the outer seal, I struggled to figure out but using a youtube video by "Andrew Lewis" I was able after three tries to seat the seal inside the caliper and fully push piston in with my hands "you need to crack bleeder valve to allow fluid and air to escape as piston reseats". Cleaned everything up, put brakes back in and pumped real good, I did see some slight leaking which was residue fuid left over. I just kept blotting away and repumping to work it out. Things looked good so I put wheel back on and drove around for a week and rechecked, no drips so I'd say we have success.
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Quality appeared to be good for the price, but the part didn't fit!
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