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2013 Escape Rear Caliper wont compress

rear brakes caliper pads

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#1 OFFLINE   harrybeavers80

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Posted 09 December 2017 - 03:44 PM

Hey guys new to the forum. Having issues today compressing piston on rear caliper. First i tried using a C-Clamp. Then realized the piston needs to turn in. I picked up a universal cube compression tool at the local NAPA store but no luck. Neither side would fit.Then i used a needle nose pliers. The piston would just spin while pushing in. Am  i doing something wrong? i got the cap off the brake fluid reservoir. I watched few videos on YouTube. Some guys using just C-Clamps or cube tool. Then some say never use C-clamp. Help.lol














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