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Replace the rear calipers. Jack up the rear of the vehicle, remove wheels, loosen the brake line, remove the 2 bolts holding the caliper to the bracket, remove 2 bolt holding on the bracket to the knuckle, replace the copper washers for the brake line and install it on the new caliper, install the caliper in the reverse order. You might want to think about replacing the rear rotors and pads while you are doing it, this way you only will have to do it once. Thanks
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