Question about Lincoln Navigator
Do you mean caliper? there is a bleeder screw located on the caliper, loosen it and you will have presssure released, but you will have to bleed brakes after this. Another way is to put a wedge (screwdriver0 between the caliper piston and the back side of the brake pad a manually force the caliper piston onto the caliper, be careful doing this not to break something--it is a trick used by dealerships.
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