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53 Plate Avensis D4D T3-S Brake Calipers


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hi are the front and rear caliper piston push back or wind back

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The fronts push back, don't remember doing backs on one.

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hi are the front and rear caliper piston push back or wind back

I have a 2004 and 2006 both are push backs- front and rear- dont forget to open the brake fluid cap when you push them back.

you have shoes for your handbrake, if you struggle to get rear disc off get two 8mm bolts you will see two threaded holes in the disc made for this-

as you tighten the bolts it will remove the disc away from hub.

failing that there will be another hole on disc (may have a rubber bung) take it out rotate the disc round so the hole is on the bottom- get a flat end screwdriver put it in the hole you will feel a cog- push it down, by doing this you will release the tension on the inside of disc from the shoes.

I use copper grease on the back of pads- its also a good idea to grease the slider bolts- use silicon grease or red rubber grease.

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