View Full Version : Problem Changing pads..
13-09-02, 01:24 PM
I was changing my pads today so far i've got the front ones on fine then I went to change the back ones and since they were worn pretty bad I had to push the piston back a fair way to put the new pads in.. but it wouldn't move.. at all... so all i could do was put the old pads back in...
but I have to change them soon.. so what is wrong here? do i need to get my calipers rebuilt?
13-09-02, 03:52 PM
I'm assuming its for an RX7
The pistons need to be wound back not pushed back. There should be slots or holes in the piston. Long nose pliers into the slots /holes and wind them back (anticlockwise - i think) using medium pressure.
If they don't go back easily then its time to get them reco'd
13-09-02, 06:16 PM
Yeah sorrry forgot to say it was for my Series 4..
yeah I saw those things and I actually tried to wind them back (not meaning to I might add... ) and it moved but I didn't think that'd be how you get them back because the fronts just pushed back eaisly.. :D
ohh well i'll give it a bash tomorrow..
Thanks for the help dattoman1000!
21-09-02, 08:33 PM
Just thought i'd tell everyone.. I got off my lazy ass and actually got around to putting the rears on and now its all good. Took about 5secs now that I know what im doing.. :rolleyes:
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