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How to fix rear breaks and install break pads

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Some rear calipers have screw in pistons.u mite want to get a haynes repair book on ur car,,advance auto,,auto zone,they sell them & the tool for the screw in piston,,the book will show u step by step,,hoped it helped

Posted on May 08, 2010

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parts at napaautoparts.com are from 54 to 42 for the front pads. look the rest up chum

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SOURCE: Rear disc brakes drag after installing new pads

Did you Compress the Cylinders in as far as they would go when Replacing the Pads.? If not, Depress the Caliper Cylinders Back into the Caliper and install back Loose. Then Bleed the System. When you get in and Press the Brake Pedal a Few times it will set these to where they need to be.

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If the brake lining indicator light illuminated prior to brake pad replacement, the wear sensor should be replaced. You have to get down to the point where you remove the brake pads then carefully pry the wear sensor from the brake pad. It is not difficult. There is only one sensor in the front and one in the rear. The front one is approximately $20. (Checkout www.realoem.com. Enter your VIN and/or other vehicle info to obtain the part number and cost.)

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SOURCE: installing pads on rear break of a 2006 vw jetta

Uggggh !! Ya gotta scew those calipers back in.. Tell him to leave it alone if he doesnt know what he's doin

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SOURCE: Can't get into the rear drum to replace break pads.

I have an 02 focus. Something popped and later the rear tire on the drivers side began smoking. I can't get the drum off to see what happened.

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