Surface Rust on New rear Caliper bracket
This really is minor, but I just wanted to get someone else's opinion here - When I bought my car, the dealer I had bought it from had replaced the rear calipers before selling it according to the service records. Then I had to have one of the rear calipers replaced again, because the parking break let go in my driveway (trying not to think about that frustration)
Long story short - it seems that on one side of the car it has the original caliper bracket and they just replaced the caliper itself. On the other side (drivers) which is the side that was replaced for a 2nd time, it looks like it has a new bracket along with the caliper.
What has me a little upset is that I noticed that the new caliper bracket is surface rusting like crazy, so it's obvious that it was not coated or painted like all the others on the car - like something you'd buy at a 3rd party parts store. This car is garaged and has only been driven in light rain a few times aside from sitting outside in the rain a few times since I bought it in October. The caliper itself is fine - obviously painted, as well as all the others on the car. Its just the bracket that's surface rusting and an obvious eye sore.
Am I just crazy and should I suck it up and take it apart myself or ask the dealer to fix it? What would you do if it was your car?
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