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Changing my rear brake pads

(1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo)
in Lexington, KY on December 11, 2009
I have removed the brake pads and replaced them and now I cannot get the piston to go back in so i can finish the job. I have tried using a C-clamp and even tried loosening up the screws so that it would take some pressure off but it still wont budge. What should i do?
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on December 14, 2009
Did you remove the master cylinder cap to relieve the pressure of the brake fluid and if that doesn't work you'll need to replace the calipers as they are frozen
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