The front caliper pistons should easily compress with a c-clamp. If the pistons cannot be pushed back into their bores, then the caliper(s) will need to be replaced. Over time, calipers start to rust and pit inside from moisture and contamination in the brake fluid if the fluid has not been changed regularly. The result will be frozen caliper pistons that cannot be pushed back in. This would not be an uncommon occurrence if the vehicle is 11 years old and has never had the brake fluid changed.
Replacing the calipers is the cure in this case.
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