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Rear brakes I always have changed my own brakes, but my son says there is a special way to push in thw caliper on a honda 97 Odyssey. How is it differ from others?

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The piston will twist in rather than push in htis is due to the park brake on caliper. you can get a tool and screw in clockwise be sure the tab lines up with the new pads

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