Question about Scion xA
The pistons on the rear brake calipers on many modern cars screw in and out unlike the front caliper pistons that just slide in and out.This is due to the handbrake using the rear calipers for handbrake operation. A special tool is normally required that screws the pistons back in so that you can fit the new pads. On many cars one side will be a left hand thread and the other a right hand thread. Some cars will be the same thread. These rear pistons will not just push in. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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