If you are doing it yourself, the best pricing I've found for parts is at www.rockauto.com - you can buy semi-loaded or fully-loaded (with pads) calipers there. Installation is quite simple but you'll probably have to get the rotors (discs) resurfaced too, which would mean removing them and taking them to a brake shop. If the rotors are under sized (too badly worn) you will have to replace them. You can also buy replacement rotors at the same place as the calipers.
Doing it yourself, call around to different auto parts stores to get prices.
A repair shop that specializes in brake repair will charge anywhere from about $500.00 to $900.00. The trouble here is finding a shop that you can trust.
Sticking brake calipers. This can be caused by moisture in the brake fluid which will cause the calipers to rust. Replace the calibers and replace all the brake fluid. It can also be caused by driving with your foot on the brake.
Lift the car, remove the tire and set aside, remove the brake shoe/calipers and remove the old pads. Replace the old pads with the new pads, replace the brake shoe/calipers, replace the tire and lower the car.
Lift the car on a car jack, remove the tire, remove the brake shoe/calipers, and remove the old brake pads. Next, dispose of the old brake pads, put in the new brake pads, replace the brake shoe/calipers, replace the tire and lower the car to the ground.
it cost me 650$ for new front calipers and discs, they seased up
No, there calipers are different. you can order the correct pads @ www.pdmautoparts.com
No need to rotate the front caliper pistons as you compress the front calipers. That process is only for the rear calipers because of the parking brake mechanism.
Unless the caliper is broken, you can just replace the brake pads.
pull off the front wheels. remove the calipers. remove the two screws that hold on the rotors. replace the rotors and reverse the procedure.
my guess would be faulty brake caliper which could be stuck. best remedy is to take (have it towed) to your loal Honda dealer and have the certified tech examine your front brake calipers.
the tacoma has calipers on front.
Are you asking about brake discs?A re't they slip off rotors? remove the front tires then the calipers then slip off the rotors.
take the wheels off, unbolt the brake calipers and the pull them off and now you can just pull the rotors off.