rear brake pads on 2004 Chevrolet S10

do I need a tool to compress the rear brake caliper

by in Pittsburgh, PA on June 18, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on June 18, 2010
You need to rotate the piston back in to the set point. here is link to a repair info site for your truck that will help. Look under brakes and parking brake: I can often do it with out a special tool unless the piston is rusty, then you may need it or even a new caliper.
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