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How do you change the rear brake pads on a X-type 2003 3.0 jaguar

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  • mlemons Sep 29, 2008

    I can not compress the left rear caliper.

  • Anonymous Oct 08, 2008

    Cannot compress rear calipers

  • cborasky Nov 11, 2008

    trying to replace the rear pads and rotors on an 03 model x-type jag, and it seems that there is constant brake presure in the calipers. I can't even get the caliper off the rotor it is so tight. Does it have to do with ABS where you have to bleed the system presure down before it will release?

  • jft145 Nov 22, 2008

    I have the same problem. It seams that no one knows how to do it. I've tried spinning in the piston but to no avail. I broke the bleed nut loose and still no results. I did discover that the piston will spin out so don't try it. I hab to fils a few thousandths off the used pad to get it back in. British engineering is the worst but their coach work is second to none.

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There is a special tool that turns the piston back into the caliber or you can use a pair of needle nose pliers

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Bulletin from Jaguar :

Electronic Park Brake (EPB)
Re-Calibration Procedure
2003 MY-ON
S-TYPE
M44998-ON

Issue:
On some 2003 MY-on S-TYPE vehicles, a customer may report a concern of premature
parking brake pad wear or the brakes binding. This condition can result if the electronic
park brake (EPB) system is not re-calibrated after the removal of the rear brake callipers
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_____________________________________________________________________________

NB: It is also possible the actuator is bad though.

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