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How to push the rear disc brake sylinder in to have more room for new pads? For 2000 Ford Laser 99A GLXi

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  • david_yue Jul 22, 2009

    This is rear disc brake with hand brake attached on it, can not be pushed by G-clamp. Must be something to be adjusted. Please help.

  • david_yue Jul 22, 2009

    As i said in previous comment, this is back disc brake, can not be pushed in by C clamp at all, and the cylinder can not be turned or screwed in. I need to know what should be done to let the cylinder go in for new brake pads. Thanks.

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Hello you need a special tool that fits in the slots so you can turn the caliper in clockwise with pressure also being applied at the same time.These calipers screw in not push in :)

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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    mike loshbough Jul 22, 2009

    If you cant turn the calipers in then you need to replace them point blank!

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Use a large c-clamp that you can possibly rent from your local auto parts. When you put the clamp on and tighten it, don't release the bleeder valve. The extra fluid will simply back up into the reservoir. (sometimes it will overflow as well, but it will keep air from entering the system) Thighten enough to force the caliper back in but not passed the opening edge. You going to do fine. Dale

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Use a 'C' clamp to compress it in.. Be sure the master cap is off to allow back-flow..

IE ----> http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=c+clamp&um=1&ie=UTF-8&ei=TWdmSo--D8-PtgeRqAU&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&ct=title&resnum=4

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