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Old 08-02-2012, 01:11 PM
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do you have the screw in style pistons for the e-brake in the rear? if so you may have to adjust this first before you can bleed them I have ran across this same problem when you screw the pistons in on the rear to put the new pads they have a tendency to stay in that case adjust your e-brake then bleed if you have the seperated e-brake with the 4 piston caliper it is a pain too make them come around in that situation I would suggest using a pressure pod and force bleed them
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