Sorry for the confusing information. My reference to bleeding the air out has to do with replacing those calipers on Fords and older GMs. All you need to worry about is adjusting the pistons out on the rear calipers. That is done by working the parking brake repeatedly until the pads contact the rotors. You can do that to each caliper with a big pliers if the cables are rusted tight. Once you have them adjusted they will continue to self-adjust from that point on as the pads wear down.
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Wednesday, April 10th, 2013 AT 1:12 AM