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Wont move with c clamp or any pressure
On the 1995 grand prix the rear calipers are turned and pushed in at the same time to get caliper piston in. be careful not to use a c- clamp to try and push them in as damage will occur to caliper, theres a tool used to push pistons in, theres one thats a wheel with pins that sit on the face of the piston and you turn and push in at the same time, lets see if i can get a picture for you, also you can rent this tool at many auto part stores.heres a few tools and a pictures, there is also a cube shaped tool thats cheap and does the job, good day, hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It must be turned clockwise while being pushed in. The local parts store will have a tool just for this purpose.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
are they smooth faced? if so a C-Clamp/if they have some indentations in the face you need to screw these in with a homemade tool or for about $15 get a multi-purpose tool for many different vehichle brake piston types
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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