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Old 11-01-2015, 04:58 PM   #1
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Join Date: Oct 2015
Location: Grand Rapids MI
'97 Legacy L Wagon

Default Brake Problem

Hey guys. I have a'97 Subaru Legacy L Wagon with the EJ22, and I am having a problem. It seems like my front drivers' side brake piston has seized up, so I replaced the caliper, and bled the brakes, but it still is seized it seems like. It is the only one that does this, and it must be the brake because it moves in neutral without the caliper on. When I push the break pedal in, it feels rock solid pretty much. If I bleed it, it will go to the floor the first time I push it in, and the second time, it will feel rock solid. The car won't move, so I don't want to have to get it towed. Does anyone know what the problem could potentially be? Thanks!!
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