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Cannot compress the cylinder on my rear brake chev uplander

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It takes a special tool that screws cylinder back in this is how it adjusts out.

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you will need a special tool which you can buy at your local auto parts store that is just for that. It is square in shape and of course has six sides to it use with a 3/8's drive ratchet. This tool is used to turn your piston's in. There are not pushed like your front.

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