Question about 2003 Jeep Liberty
What's up! having a hard time putting my new pads on? if i losen my brake fuild line will it open my caliburs,to get the pads on. and if i have to bleed the brakes whats involed? thanks
No, do not open the brake fluid lines. If the piston has groves cut in to the face of it, you will need a special compressor for it. Most new cars with 4 wheel discs use this type of piston. Instead of just pushing the piston in (as you would on older style calipers) you actually need to turn it clockwise while you push it in. They sell the tool at auto parts stores.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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