Chevrolet K5 Blazer Brake Caliper - Front

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A pick-up truck that's seen as much action as your Chevrolet K5 Blazer requires proper maintenance of the braking system in order to remain safe on the road. Come into AutoZone for new K5 Blazer calipers when a replacement is in order.

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  • Part Number: C110
  • Notes: Driver side
    "Installation Note: Bleeder screw must be towards top when mounted on vehicle". Metal piston.
  • Part Number: C502
  • Notes: Driver side
    "Installation Note: Bleeder screw must be towards top when mounted on vehicle". Metal piston.
  • Part Number: C532
  • Notes: Driver side
    "Installation Note: Bleeder screw must be towards top when mounted on vehicle". Metal piston.
  • Part Number: C529
  • Notes: Passenger side
    "Installation Note: Bleeder screw must be towards top when mounted on vehicle". Metal piston.
  • Part Number: C503
  • Notes: Passenger side
    "Installation Note: Bleeder screw must be towards top when mounted on vehicle". Metal piston.
  • Part Number: C527
  • Notes: Passenger side
    "Installation Note: Bleeder screw must be towards top when mounted on vehicle". Metal piston.
  • Part Number: C533
  • Notes: Passenger side
    "Installation Note: Bleeder screw must be towards top when mounted on vehicle". Metal piston.
  • Part Number: C111
  • Notes: Passenger side
    "Installation Note: Bleeder screw must be towards top when mounted on vehicle". Metal piston.
  • Part Number: C526
  • Notes: Driver side
    "Installation Note: Bleeder screw must be towards top when mounted on vehicle". Metal piston.
  • Part Number: C528
  • Notes: Driver side
    "Installation Note: Bleeder screw must be towards top when mounted on vehicle". Metal piston.
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A Chevrolet K5 Blazer brake caliper works by clamping down on its corresponding brake pads, which, in turn, transfers pressure to the rotor, using friction to stop the truck. It's possible for an old caliper to seize up in this process, thereby causing the other components to be under constant pressure that quickly wears them down. Consider using AutoZone's Same Day Store Pickup (in most cases) option if your brakes are becoming less effective and shop with us online today. The trustworthy advice provided by our helpful staff is available to guide you through the installation process when you visit your neighborhood store, and you can even access our handy Loan-a-Tool program for DIY jobs.

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