Rear Calipers on 2006 Chevrolet Uplander

How do I get the rear calipers to go back in?

by in Kent City, MI on October 25, 2009
3 answers
ANSWER by on October 25, 2009
These are rather hard to compress without a special tool you can do do it with some pliers but i don't recommended go to autozone they may have a loaner tool to lend you i found this video on youtube this might give you an idea on how to do it
ANSWER by on February 03, 2011
there is a special brake tool,&it turns/twist back.(Don't try to force it back,you will break something.
ANSWER by on April 18, 2015
channel locks. they screw in
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