well, you are doing it the right way.. probably the thread its "stuck"
it is turning or not?
try using a brake cleaner ( to dissolve the gum... )
do not use oil and do it wit care to prevent damage to the seal...
Here the instructions:
When installing new brake pads, caliper piston must be properly retracted. Using Piston Remover rotate piston clockwise until piston is fully seated.
Ensure one slot in piston face is positioned so it will engage nib on brake pad.
Install brake pads, anti-rattle springs and brake caliper.
Ensure brake pads are properly positioned. Clean retaining bolt threads and apply one drop of Threadlock and Sealer. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Bleed brakes.
here the view of your brakes (courtesy of Mitchel 1 )
let us know if you have any question !
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Sunday, October 14th, 2007 AT 11:46 PM