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Those bolts often do seize up from the rust that forms on them, the grit from the brake pads wearing away and the high heat. Usually I find soaking the bolt heat area in penetrating lube then using a wrench on the bolt then strike the wrench with a hammer will break them free. If you need the OEM directions let me know if this is the front or rear, and do you have single or duel piston calipers.
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