One other note on sticking calipers, make sure the master cly isn't sticking. I watched a guy across the shop from me fight a 202 for a week that had a master cly that had gotten some off the wall stuff in it and the longer you drove it, the tighter the brakes got until the car simply would not move. Once things cooled a bit, the car would once again roll.
Toyota had a campaign on adjusting the booster rod for the same thing.
Just food for thought.
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