Question about 1999 Ford Taurus
Before realizing that the rear disk brake piston was threaded, I loosened the park brake spring limiting bolt, and the spring came off. Does anyone know an easy way to get that spring back on? I've tried to compress with c-clamp and vice grips, but can't do it enough to get one end in the slot and the other around that bolt.
There is a special tool for that you can find at any sears or most automtive stores, it is a real pain without it
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