Question about 2006 Nissan Titan
Having problems getting the caliper over the new pads...it has a dewell compression....i push in one the other goes out....
Hello, I just happen to be doing my breaks too. Open the bleeder port on the caliper and put a flat piece of metal across both pistons and compress them with a C-clamp. When you have them compressed close the bleeder port and remove the clamp and install caliper. You should always compress the caliper piston with the bleeder open especially with ABS brakes. Otherwise you have to reset the ABS. Good luck and remember to add brake fluid.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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