Question about BMW Mini
You can use a "C" clamp...but be sure to use the old pad that goes on the piston side of the caliper...place the old pad back on the piston and then use the "C" clamp to depress the piston back into the caliper..this will prevent damage to the piston...also, to aid in this process, you can remove the brake fluid resevoir cap and put a towel around it so it doesn't leak all over the floor
Posted on May 26, 2011
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