Question about 2004 Kia Rio
I am changing the brake pads on a 2004 kia rio. I was able to get the pads on the left side of the car no problem. Put the pads in the caliber on the right side, but the pads opposite the brake cylinder keeps hitting the rotor. Cylinder in pushed all the way in. What is going wrong?
How did you remove caliper to get pads out? you need to make sure piston is seated all the way in caliper,and that caliper is seated all the way on slide pin.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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