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Location: Ontario, Canada
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It would make sense to suspect a seized pin or piston, but he said he replaced the caliper.
Unless of course the new caliper is seized too...
I do not know if the holes have to be lined up, but if they did not and that was a problem, I would expect the caliper not to grab. You are saying it grabs and seizes. Weird.
Honda Pilot 2006 LX 4WD J35A9, bought May 2015 with 108,000 Kms / 67,000 miles.
Maintenance so far: New aftermarket rad, New OEM PCV valve, New Costco battery, New intake air duct, "Reman" Denso alternator from Amazon, cupro-nickel brake lines on all 4 corners, OEM accesssory belt tensioner...
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