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The only tool would be to evacuate and recharge the ac system, the system is under high pressure and if not evacuated it will spray out and you will also loose alot of the oil and may cause injury, beside that there are no other specail tools needed to remove it,
ok try this first get a c-clamp and a piece of wood and compress the piston that way.you could try to open the bleeder screw put if does not compress you need a specail tool .if that tool still does not compress the piston then you need to replace the caliper if that won't work then you need to get a specail caliper tool you should be able to get that at autozone or advaced auto parts they will charge a deposit but you will get that back when you return it .
The rear brakes require a specail tool, as they screw in. The tool can be bought at any auto parts store. It looks like a box with little tips on it. The front is like any other car and with a C clamp can be compressed.