The full-size Toyota pickup started off as the T100 but was eventually renamed the Toyota Tundra. There have been two major redesigns to the truck body over that time, and like any other vehicle, they will need parts fixed or replaced. In the case of the brakes, if you notice a sticky caliper or that your brakes favor one side over the other, chances are the caliper needs to be replaced. The first step is to remove the caliper from the truck.
Tools Used: Tools, Jack, Jack stands, Tire iron, Brake line clamps, Line wrenches, 3/8-inch ratchet and socket set
Remove the Front Brake Calipers
Lift up the front of the vehicle using the jack and secure it on jack stands. Make sure the vehicle is completely secure on the jack stands before you crawl underneath it. Remove the front wheels using the tire iron and place them to the side, out of the workspace.