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How do I get the piston out of the calliper - 2006 Hyosung MS3 125

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  • 67midget May 06, 2014

    Hi Peter Kilroy, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

  • Peter Kilroy May 06, 2014

    the problem is 1 piston on front calliper want come out iv had an air line on it and still nothing

  • Williem Vell May 09, 2014

    try putting a little brake fluid around the outer edge.try pushing it back in scrape the outer edge lightly so as not damage it .get a towel tokeep from damaging it.please be careful not to hurt yourself.put air pressure to brake bleeder hole an blow piston out.----bingo.

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    jimhr10 Jun 01, 2014

    The easiest way to remove the piston is to re-install the removed piston, put a piece of wood in the brake caliper so that the pistons can move but not come out. Then (with brake hydraulics attached to the caliper) use the brake lever to pump the stuck piston loose. The brake cylinder is much more powerful than air.

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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

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  • Peter Kilroy May 06, 2014

    thanks for your hhelp and will post how I got on

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