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I am putting new rear disc brake pads on a 94 Izuzu rodeo,I have to push the piston in to put new pads on. Should i remove the cap on the reservoir,if so which reservoir is for the rear brakes?

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Yes loosen the cap so the fluid will be able to back up into the resivoir as you push the caliber back. There is only one master cylinder resivoir. It is the one mounted on the brake booster or near it. The small resivoir is for the clutch if you have a manual shift.

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