pyro_10314 at yahoo.com
Thu May 3 23:20:03 EDT 2007
do you have to do anything with the ebrake when
changing the rear brakes? just curious cause the
piston was a pita to push in (im gonna pick up a new
one) i think i got it all the way in but it still
didnt want to fit on over the new pads i got. i got
the pads from napa..is it possible for them to have
given me a thicker pad then i actually need or does
the piston go in further than i think.(its pretty much
level with the rubber boot). and when i release my
ebrake it sounds like metal rubbing against my rotors?
any ideas. frustration + gasoline = a burned car. thanks
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