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How do i replace the rear discs and pads on a mitsubishi carisma 1.9 DiD year 2003. My concern is the hand brake ajustment. What kind of ajustment is it, and how do I wind the cylinder back to remove the pads.

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Dont worrie about the e brake adjustment prie on the caliper to remove from caliper braket just get the tool to return the piston inside to caliper if looks like this you have to press in or if is a cross turn clock wise to push in how do i replace the rear discs and pads on a mits - 73e0f42.jpg

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1. use a g-clamp you can even buy it from hardware store.
2. the discs has 2-3 bolts, or clips that or found on the bolts that the wheel goes on.
3. remove them.

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