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BCA2003 - Mazda Xedos 6 - ( PID - 8131 ) nearside calliper jammed in out position. This happened while trying to free the sticking piston

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  • sam prince May 09, 2009

    it appears to be somewhat out

  • tony
    tony May 11, 2010

    is all the way out or some what out



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Replace caliper

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Ok easy take the lid off where you but brake fuild in. nowplace the old brake pad place it back in the piston take a C clap and tighten down on the piston

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