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replacing rear brake pads, piston wont go in. tried using c clamp wont move piston do these turn? turn the pistons to the right like you are "screwing" them in, If the brake piston won't move you need

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Replacing rear brake pads. Trouble compressing rear disk brake cylinder. replace the cylinder ------------------------rusted

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rear Emergency brakes. If you have 4 wheel disc, the back Emergency brakes are buried in the center of the Rotor hub which acts like a brake drum. You could try to either press the E brake slightly to

...rear brake pads on our 2004 ford freestar and could not locate the correct tool for turning the piston back to its home postion. I was told to use a pair of vice grips and this would allow for the ...

...when you hit the brakes it almost has to be a brake rotor out of round or a slick spot on the surface.Same thing with the slow speed grab.  It could also be on the rear instead of the

Rear disc brake locked up.. the pads are shot but do I absolutely have to change the caliper? You could try striping and cleaning the caliper then rebuilding it if you are able to get a kit to replace

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