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How do i remove the pistons from my blue spot brake callipers

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Typically use air pressure is used to remove pistons from brake calipers on autos. This is a dangerous thing as they will come out with serious projectile force,. so you MUST BE extremely careful, utilize a stationary vise and a board in pace to reduce the throw out - the board may even shatter when you do this - PROCEED WITH EXTREME CAUTION.
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swing up the calliper from the bottom

g clamp the calliper piston in till it stops
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make all spring and plates are replaced in the correct positions
when doing this I open the bleed nipple for the calliper I am working on as I push the piston back. It makes it easier and doesn't overfill the reservoir. When the piston is full back tighten the bleed screw
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If the piston is stuck out this is due to a seized calliper however a temp Fix is to turn the piston clockwise to force it back in as rear callipers are self releasing so they need to be turned clockwise they will not go stright back without turning. This is due by broken calliper seals although you will temp fix it, It's best to either replace calliper or buy a calliper fixing kit which includes all the seals that need replacing.
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with car on stands use punch to remove pad retaining pins pull out pads can be tight remove 2 calliper retaining bolts move calliper away from disc remove disc retaining bolts remove disc check hand brake shoes and clean look for adjuster between shoes if it has one back it of some models just have hand brake cabel adjustment clean and fit new disc secure adjust hand brake shoes using screw driver through wheel bolt hole clean refit calliper slowley push back calliper pistons fit new pads refit retaining pins do other side pump up brake pedal check and adjust handbrake if neededcheck brake fluid level

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