Having problems with your Ford E-Series ?

Ea falcon replace back disc pads how to decompress piston back

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 11-12-2017

Answers :

Start by removing 3 or 4 ounces of brake fluid from the master cylinder, this is so that when you force the pistons back into the cylinder bore and push brake fluid back into the master cylinder, the fluid won't overflow the reservoir.
\015\012Then, I use a large C-clamp or similar tool to slowly push the piston back into the cylinder bore until it bottoms out, then you will have plenty of room to slip the caliper back over the disc.
\015\012Don't forget to top the fluid off in the master cylinder when you are finished with all pad replacement.
\015\012Good luck !
Use wrench or block of wood across the piston and use a large C clamp to compress the piston.
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