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Turn off car and get someone to rock vehicle while you wiggle selector back intro nuetral. possibly clutch or cylinders gone.

Posted on Jan 12, 2016

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SOURCE: Trick to Mini Cooper 2003 rear brake calipers?

Mini cooper rear calipers pistons must be rotated as they are compressed. As you look at the face of the piston, it is rotated clockwise.

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Mini cooper rear calipers pistons must be rotated as they are compressed. As you look at the face of the piston, it is rotated clockwise.

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