ReScore Reviews™ (2)
Mr. RR, this is Dave with 1ST Choice Auto, so sorry to hear that you still had further problems with your front brakes. We did not see any issue with front calipers and we used the proper tool to collapse the pistons. Just collapsing pistons will not damage the calipers. Normally if the pistons were seized they would not collapse. We had to bang the inboard pad out of the bracket due to all the rust off the metal portion of the pad. That was all we found. The tech rechecked the front wheels after test driving and both wheels were free. I felt we took all measures to make sure what we were doing was correct with out selling something that was not needed. I'm sorry there was still an issue with the brakes.