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Old 07-12-2018, 09:47 PM   #1
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Default brake caliper dust seal

I have a torn dust boot seal on my 2005 Saturn Vue, front disk brakes. The boot seal is not like any of the others I have seen on other cars, in that it inserts on the Exterior of the cylinder, rather than the inside, & I cant figure out how to get the old one off. I've tried using a screw driver to pry it out, but that isn't getting me anywhere. Is there some trick to doing this?

Here are pictures of the new dust seal, where you can see how far down the insert protrudes into the caliper. How do I get the old seals out???
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