How to Compress brake caliper on Volkswagen Jetta?

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you need a special caliper tool that turns the piston as it pushes it in, or if you are on a tight budget grab a wrench and a regular caliper compressor and turn the caliper clockwise as you tighten the tool (or ask someone for help, easier with 2
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1. Apply the brake hose clamp or crimp to the hydraulic brake hose as close to the caliper as possible once the vehicle is hoisted and the tire(s) are removed. 2. Place the drain
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Either use the special tool available from auto factor or put a G clamp on it a slight pressure then turn piston with some water plump pliars in a clockwise direction whils assistant
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A. Those brake pads are not replaceable. You have to buy a whole new car. Actually you can replace the pads. If you look at the piston, you'll see two slots. What you need to do,
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