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So I have a 1986 Cadillac Seville elegante that I cannot get to stop. I replaced the master cylinder and break booster. This lead to a nice form break pedal that doesn’t sink. But the car still moves a little when the breaks are all the way down. I tried putting it in reverse and it started backing up which my foot on the break. Any ideas? Also where can I find a replacement break caliper for cheap? (Driver side rear)
 

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Welcome to CF !!! Let's move this from the supercharged late model CTS-V forum down to the correct Seville forum. Please read the forum titles to find out what is supposed to be posted there. Thanks.
 

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Hi, maybe bad bench bleed? Air in the lines? Hard to beat Rock Auto for calipers. Or check NAPA.
 
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