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How do I change a rear disc brake on a volvo V70 1998

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Remove wheel, Remove the two bolts holding on the caliper. Pry off, Push back pistons with a c-clamp and a thick board if needed. If you have the metal clips, they can pull out with a needle nose pliers and tap in with hammer. Place new pads in calipers, place of rotor, replace bolts. Bleed system.

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SOURCE: volvo V70 1998 brake repair

They retract just like the front caliper pistons.

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