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How to pull the caliper off to change the pads on 1993 mercedes 300d

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Line the bottom of the master cyclinder with paper and cloth.
Loose the master cyclinder cap
GENTLELY push the piston back.
the level of the brake fluid will rise on the master cyclinder.
Slip the pads in
Close up the master cyclinder
Do a quick clean up.
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IF the rotor is in GOOD shape then you will not need to pull the caliper off.
The caliper is hold down by hex head bolts.

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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