You will have to use a brake caliper piston retractor tool (206-080+ and crankshaft pulley/damper remover (303-588). Then you can fully retract the rear brake caliper piston into the housing.
October, 28, 2008 AT 7:59 PM
October, 30, 2008 AT 8:32 PM
I have already rented the tool and tried it. It won't budge. I bought a new caliper and threw the old one into the woods. Problem solved.
October, 31, 2008 AT 6:04 AM
Dont throw it into the woods! Take it back and return it for the core exchange fee youll get some money back.
October, 31, 2008 AT 7:39 AM
The problem with this format is that I asked the question days ago. My car sat torn apart for several days while I waited for a solution. Finally I could wait no longer and I just bought a new caliper. You need to figure out a way to speed up the process.
November, 1, 2008 AT 8:53 AM
Sorry but I had to find out what type of model jaguar it was as you just selected other jaguar model.
Cant really get much faster then this besides instant messaging.