I plan to bleed my brake fluid for my Lumina Sedan 95 with ABS. I wonder for normal drive condition, for how long or how many driven miles, should the brake calipers be replaced with a new pair? Thanks for your reply. BTW: my current brake is fine without any leaks.

by in Moorpark, CA on August 14, 2013
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ANSWER by on August 14, 2013
We don't recommend calipers unless there is a problem with them. I'm in Florida so we don't have a rust problem. Be sure to try to flush out as much of the brake fluid as you can... at least a quarts worth.
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