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Old 13 Jun 2009, 08:16 pm
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Default does a 1990 acura integra brake calliper piston twist back in or compress in?

i have a 1990 acura integra and my friends pushed the brake when i didnt have them and and my piston compressed and now i cant get it back down does anyone know how to do this
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Old 13 Jun 2009, 08:31 pm
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First off it depends if its the rear or fronts. The rear caliper pistons have to be screwed in and pushed at the same time. The fronts just get pushed or compressed in. Sometimes when you push the caliper pistons out, its extremely hard to push them back in. Try loosening the caliper fluid bleed nut off(brake fluid comes out) and try pushing the pistons back in.
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