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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the piston need to be turn clock wise and push at the same time make sure when you turn it the rubber around the piston dont get damaged it stick to the piston and get torn before you turn just make sure it not sticking to the piston at the auto part store they sell the toll to turn the piston its cheap$$ hope it FIXYA our post thanks pierre
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
It sounds like the rear calipers are bad. Raise the rear wheels and see if you can turn the tires. If you can't, open the bleeder. If you still can't replace the caliper. If you can turn the wheel after you open the bleeder, replace the brake hose to that wheel.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
SOURCE: BRAKE BOOSTER?
A bad brake booster will result in a hard brake pedal, stiff and more effort required to stop the truck. Here are my questions to you, first, you said you replaced the master cylinder, did you bench bleed it before you installed it? If not, there IS still air in it, regardless of how much you bleed the brakes at the wheels. Second, when you bled the brakes, after changing the calipers and master cyl., did you also bleed the proportioning valve? Sometimes air can get trapped in the valve, and its almost impossible to get it out bleeding just the wheels. And lastly, when the brake light comes on, does the abs light also come on with it? Air can also get trapped in the abs control module too.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
They are rather easy to replace, disconnect the brake hose, and remove the caliper as you did replacing the pads. You'll need to then bleed the caliper until clear fluid, with no air bubbles come from the bleeder screw. Check that you don't have a collapsed brake hose, not letting the fluid return to the master cylinder.
Posted on May 24, 2010
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