Question about Mercedes-Benz 190-Class
Hi,if you are talking about the front calipers,I serjest you buy some brake cleaning fluid,first open the bonnet and undoe the cape from the brake resiver and put a absobent rage around the top so you dont get brake fluid over eneything, take road wheele off,then spray the pistons that push the brake pads on to the brake disk (rotor)then get a screwdriver and pu between the pads and the brake disc and gently lever the brake pads away from the brake disc untill the piston is neerly in the brake caliper,then go inside the car and apply the brake then check level of fluid in resiver if ok go back to wheele caliper and repeat about free times (on bothe sides. that should cleer the dirt thats cousing the pistons to stick.(make shore that the rubbers on the calipers are not damidged if so you should replace them)hope this was some help.
Posted on Dec 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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