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How do I remove the rear caliper on a 2004 F150 There are

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How do I remove the rear caliper on a 2004 F150? There are four bolts , but when I loosen them they loosen but the bolt does not come out. The reason for removing the caliper is to replace the rear disks and brake pads.
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  FORDFXR replied 8 years ago.


remove the two bolts which hold the caliper to the axle,

you will have to press the piston into the caliper, this is most easily done with a c-clamp- the grove in the rotor is probably holding the pads and caliper from sliding off




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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Are the two bolts you are referring to the two bolts with a 10mm head and placed on the top and bottom and also act as sliders?