Question about 1995 Eagle Vision
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The piston doesn't screw in, that is usually for vehicles with rear disc brakes that incorporate the park brake in the caliper. The correct way for yours is to open the bleed screw and compress the piston. The most common (shade tree) way is to simply use a screwdriver and pry against the rotor pushing the piston back. Some pistons are ceramic so be careful not to crack it. If you pry between the old pad and rotor you should be ok.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
First thing you can do to try a simple fix is replace each spark plug, check each plug for signs of fuel/air mixture
if your plug is black is rich, if ur plug is white is lean.
in this case repost your findings. in the mean time if they look golden or light brown, replace them and make sure they are gapped to ur level of psi you are running.
you can find the gap specs for how much boost you are running on most DSM websites or by searching.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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