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Old 05 Jun 2010, 06:58 pm
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Exclamation Integra Front Brake Calliper Help!!

I need help with my front brakes! I am a female that really doesn't know much about cars and had a friend trying to replace my brake pads, and we can't get the piston to compress at all, it's like it's jammed. Not frozen from what he says, but there's a reason why it's not compressing. Tried using a c clamp to do it and it won't budge. Any idea what's wrong? Please use simple terms, like I said I really don't know much about cars lol. Thank you!!!

Oh and it's a 2000 Acura Integra LS .... regular 1.8 liter engine, not Vtech.
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