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Rear calipers fitted new rear brake pads, can't get handbrake adjusted properly

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The piston is a screw in type. i just had to figure it out a few days ago and the tool you should be able to rent at a parts store. it cost me $60 but i got it all back after returning the tool.

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    sorry, my reply was meant for jillian250 but went out of order.

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How do i retract rear pistons on mr2

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You need to get under the car,if you have a pit all the better.two belle pans have to come off its a 10mm spanner and a screw driver to do the job.

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