Question about 2004 Mazda 3
After removing the caliper from it's mount, and If you are sure the piston is not frozen (rusted) in place, Try a very large C clamp. You should be able to compress the pistons with very little force. If not, you may need new or rebuilt calipers. Check online for more ideas by searching for Mazda rear brake repairs, you'll be surprised how much info may be out there.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You take the bolt from behind the cylinder and then you should see a 4mm allen key head. turn it and push cylinder in. take the bleeder valve off to relieve any pressure also and while screwing with an allen key its important to know that it is leftr hand thread. :)
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
in order to do that you must have the brake fluid cap removed to release pressure.then use a c-clamp to push in the piston
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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