Question about 1989 Audi 100
YES - If it requires pressure and rotation for the piston to be pushed into the caliper you can rent a tool kit from most local auto parts stores for the purchase price and return for a refund when you are done. It is worth the trip if "local" is within an hours drive. I spun one for 30 minutes using bad advice and a pair of pliers and only got a scratched up brake part! I have also seen these at discount tool stores for around $20.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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