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Not sure what exactly your problem might be, but I do know the rubber hoses on the front brake lines break down from the inside screwing up fluid pressure and can cause weird braking and sometimes prevent the caliper pistons from releasing.
 

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Yep -- You'll have to pull the doghouse to get to the air filter. Fifteen to twenty minute job, and I'm old and move slow.

Also, brake fluid turns to mud and sludge after so many years. It might be a good idea to flush your entire brake system. Replacing the front lines and flushing the system with new brake fluid would be a start. Hopefully that will solve your problems. Otherwise, if you have to replace the calipers, you may as well replace the rotors at the same time.
 

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New Jersey is not the place I would want to be right now -- especially working on a van.
Good luck.

Don't really know anything about changing the turning radius - I think you're pretty much stuck with what you have.
 
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