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    Posted: 03 Apr 2018 at 1:08pm
Good afternoon everybody,

Maybe you are aware the the lacetti (2004) have a little problem with the left rear brake caliper.
They tend to get stuck and stick to the disk with all the problems.

3 years ago I had the same problem and I bought a revision set for the caliper.
Last moth I started to notice that is was sticking again, and I didn’t want to do a other revision

So I started a search for a new caliper on the internet, I had a lot of results with a great range of prices.

Most of the manufactures/webshop's ask a deposit ,witch you get refunded for you’re old caliper.

Finaly i have found a supplier for a good price and no deposit asked.

https://www.besteonderdelen.nl/  (english site) https://www.onlinecarparts.co.uk/
they have their own brand , called Stark.
I fitted it last Saturday , fits like a glove

The artikel nr is  SKBC-0460111
Manufacturer: STARK

and the color is golden!!!, so extra good braking LOLLOL


uszo

Daewoo/chevrolet Lacetti
2004
1.6 liter manual transmission
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I've had more problems with the slider pins siezing than with the calipers themselves. Mine need pulling and re-greasing annually. I've tried copper, rubber and silicone grease in the past, the latter seeming to last the longest.
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