Question about 2006 Hyosung MS3 125
Try soaking the caliper in transmission fluid for a day or two. Replace the piston that came out easily and clamp it in place.Then apply air to the caliper.If this doesn't move it then it may need to soak some more .If after a couple of tries I would question if there may not be a problem with the assembly.Rust or a scored caliper for instance. If it does come out examine the assembly carefully and get rid of the slightest trace of tranny fluid.good luck
Posted on May 06, 2014
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