Question about 1992 Ford Crown Victoria
If you are only replacing pads and the rotor you should not need to open the bleeders. they are located on the calipers. all you have to do to back off the piston of the caliper is to use a small C-clamp. you place the stationary part on the back of caliper and the screw part on the piston of caliper. turn the screw until the piston moves back into the caliper housing this should allow you to put the new pads on and fit the caliper over the rotor. hope this helps. please rate this solution. thanks
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