If you followed the attached process to remove the vehicle from service mode then the EPB performed what is called a kiss point test to find the location of the pad to rotor.
Just because you didn't put it into service mode is not going to cause the issue you are experiencing, it could active the park brake when you are working on it and hurt you, so that is the point of the service mode.
If you are having issues with the caliber it sounds like it is seized. Try lifting the vehicle and spinning the wheel. It should spin pretty easily. If not, you may have an issue with the caliber. I would suggest following the process to put it into service mode again and remove it so that it performs the kiss point again and see if that cures it.
Let me know what you find. Thanks
Tuesday, April 21st, 2020 AT 7:43 AM