Question about 1995 Ford Taurus
How do I push the piston into the caliper to make room for new pads on the rear brakes for a 1995 Ford Taurus?
The piston need to be turn clock wise and push at the same time make sure when you turn it the rubber around the piston dont get damaged it stick to the piston and get torn before you turn just make sure it not sticking to the piston at the auto part store they sell the toll to turn the piston its cheap$$ hope it FIXYA our post thanks pierre
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
WHAT IS THE BREAK BLEEDING SEQUANCE FOR A 1995 FORD TAURUS GL
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
Pierre is right but he forgot to mention that when you do that remove bleed screw to relieve preasure when decompressing the piston in the hardware for the new pads
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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