Professional New Calipers




ACDelco offers an all-new aftermarket brake caliper, featuring no core charge and providing a high quality replacement option for many vehicles on the road today. These Professional, premium, and 100% new components are manufactured to meet your expectations for fit, form, and function.

FEATURES & BENEFITS
  • Zinc plated coating on cast iron components offers corrosion protection from environmental elements and corrosive road sprays.
  • Protects new cast iron calipers and brackets,  as well as brackets on aluminum calipers
  • All components are 100% NEW to provide maximum performance
  • New pistons and bleeder screws – copper  washers included (where applicable) for  trouble free installation
  • Caliper housing bolts are tightened to manufacturing torque specifications.
  • Critical components are lubricated for smooth operation.
 
CALIPER MAINTENANCE TIPS
The following inspections and maintenance procedures can help prevent potential brake problems:
  • Check brake fluid level at every oil change. Replace fluid according to owner’s manual recommendations.
  • Calipers and wheel cylinders should be checked every brake inspection and serviced or replaced as required.
  • Inspect the brake lines for rust, punctures, or visible leaks (You may be able to do this, but consult a qualified technician if necessary).
  • Check the thickness of your brake pads.

The following should be conducted by a qualified technician:
  • Inspection of the brake hoses for brittleness or cracking.
  • Inspection of brake lining and pads for wear or contamination by brake fluid or grease.
  • Inspection of wheel bearings and grease seals.
  • Parking brake adjustments (as needed).
FAQ
Should I replace all of my brake parts when replacing my disc brake calipers?
No, you may not need to, but it is a good idea to inspect them for wear, cracking, or leaking.
 
Should I replace my disc brake calipers frequently?
No, you may not need to, but it is a good idea to visually inspect them at every tire rotation. Inspect internal components that may not be visible, such as binding slides and pistons, when servicing brake linings.