Stuck rear calipers
Jagernauth, Stephen, RTLSL
sjagernauth at att.com
Fri Oct 11 11:52:36 EDT 2002
Searching the archives, I found little on this subject. Did a Google search on the mother list as well.
I'm replacing rear rotors/pads since they are down to minimum. I'm changing fluid and fixing stuck e-brake cable/rusted shaft
as well. (Just got done with suspension bushings).
Pistons will not retract at all, I don't have a special tool to fit into the piston grooves. 15" Channel Lock is doing nothing.
Caliper rebuild time? I can take the calipers off and stick in the vise if that will help. Do I need to crack bleeder valve to
relieve pressure, never had to do that so I suspect calipers are really frozen. Need to pass inspection so I can get 20V
back on the road and tuck the 28 year old daily-driver 911 into garage for winter.
If I have to rebuild calipers, do I need special tool to get them out? Home-brew solution?
Steve Jagernauth - Easton, PA
'74 911/3.0 Targa - street
'74 911/3.2L coupe - track
'93 GMC Sub - wife's/tow
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