Question about 2005 Mini Cooper
Rear brake are just pads. but you will need a piston pusher. go to your local auto store and get a universal piston pusher. should look like a four sided block with peggs sticking out. make sure the e-brake is off, remove the rear wheels, remove the calipers and replace the pads push the pistons in with the universal pusher and reinstall the caliper.
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