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Old 01-25-2013, 02:36 PM   #1
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Is this brake caliper piston retracted all the way? QUICK ANSWER NEEDED

I am installing the powerslot rotors I picked up from kseriesparts the other week, and I do not have enough clearance to reassemble the rear calipers. However I am not sure if the rear pistons in my back calipers are retracted completely.
I have broken a screw driver and a chisel already and I finally resorted to going out and buying the cube looking retractor tool although I cannot get the piston to retract more than it already is.
I am wondering if they are completely retracted.
Does the boot need to sit flush with the middle cross indent part or should it sit flush with the top of the piston itself?

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piston 1 by Dan Brady2, on Flickr[/IMG]

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piston by Dan Brady2, on Flickr[/IMG]

Yes, my brake fluid reservoir cap is popped but I do not understand why I cannot retract the piston more yet my caliper will not fit over the assembly.

They are not the powerslot big brake kit so they are near if not the same size as stock rotors

This is the kit I picked up front and rear
http://www.kseriesparts.com/cr/PWS-126-40057S.html

Any answer is appreciated! Thank you!

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no its not.
the piston should be flush or slightly indented.

I just use a clamp...
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if clamp doesnt push it in more then its time for a new one, there cheap at autozone if you dont want to wait for shipping for a good set.
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like stated above its not in all the way if it doesnt go in then its bad, so time for a new one. GL
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I was able to get the caliper on by tapping it with a hammer but once I got it on I was not able to pull the e-brake cable lever down to reattach it so I had to take it apart again (moved freely once it was apart). Although I have the same problem on the other side. I am just a little confused as to how the caliper went bad because I changed my pads a week or two ago and reassembly with the stock rotors wasn't too much of a pain but the piston was in the same spot it was now. New rotors may be a little thicker perhaps? If I have to I can go to autozone and pick up new calipers today, I believe I will have to bleed the system if I am correct?

Also what is your opinion on calipers from autozone? Obviously not as good as a set of spoons or brembos but is the life expectancy shorter overall? I want to get my car back together but if it means waiting a little for calipers to come in I would rather that than sacrifice a $450 upgrade of new pads and rotors with cheap calipers that won't work as well.
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Auto zone calipers are going to be cheaper. I mean they're alright for Duralast but I would get them from Honda/Acura or something.

Yes you will need to bleed the system if you replace calipers.
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shit guess I'll be doing all that today this weekend too. Unfortunately I have to go back and switch the rotors in the front because for some reason powerslot only had the paper saying that they are directional and side matters in one of the boxes in the rear and did not come across it until the fronts were already done.
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Also what is your opinion on calipers from autozone? Obviously not as good as a set of spoons or brembos but is the life expectancy shorter overall? I want to get my car back together but if it means waiting a little for calipers to come in I would rather that than sacrifice a $450 upgrade of new pads and rotors with cheap calipers that won't work as well.
Autozone/Duralast are remanufactured parts. Chances are it is an OE/OEM caliper thats been remanufactured. I've gotten remanufactured parts from autozone before with the BMW logo removed from OEM BMW parts
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if clamp doesnt push it in more then its time for a new one, there cheap at autozone if you dont want to wait for shipping for a good set.
That's a rear caliper. Needs to be screwed in...
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Thanks for all the input! I bought calipers from advance auto picking them up tomorrow. $160 after core charge. I read online that advance has better quality parts than autozone (i hope for that price) Is it necessary to bleed the whole system? A friend of mine who goes to auto tech school said I can just buy plastic clips to clamp the line and a bleed is not necessary. He has been wrong before and I trust this communities input more than anyone else.

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I had the same issue and used a HUGE freaking pry bar to turn the piston in. They do sell a special tool kit that is like a c-clamp but rotates the piston. I will definitely buy the correct tool next time I change my rear brakes. It took FOREVER and I got a workout

And yes bleed them. At least bleed the rear but you should go by the order in the helms manual.

edit: for a brake change you don't have to bleed them but once you remove the line you do. just for the clarification
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Thanks for all the input! I bought calipers from advance auto picking them up tomorrow. $160 after core charge. I read online that advance has better quality parts than autozone (i hope for that price) Is it necessary to bleed the whole system? A friend of mine who goes to auto tech school said I can just buy plastic clips to clamp the line and a bleed is not necessary. He has been wrong before and I trust this communities input more than anyone else.
let us know how they work out. I am in a similar situation but was thinking of going with oreillys instead of advanced auto parts.
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will do! i was going to try o'reillys because i read the best reviews for the calipers they carry but then realized they dont have any locations in new jersey. advance seemed like the next best thing because to be honest i'd just rather stay away from buying from dealership unless i have to. after hearing they charge $400 for a new iac valve sensor with labor (and will not just clean it out) when i cleaned it out myself and spent $3 on brake cleaner i want nothing to do with them lol.
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also will i be ok only bleeding the rears or should i do the fronts also?
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finally got the brake system back together. caliper is the same as oem except the usual hex nut that was near the end of the caliper pin was replaced with a strange half circle with 2 flat sides. ended up tearing a 1/32" slit in the boot on the brand new caliper when the pliers i was using slipped off, wouldn't have happened if i used an open ended wrench. luckily the guys at my local padik who are actually useful hooked me up with a few old boots from other core charges and i found one that fit. I'm taking it out tomorrow when i drive to work so ill be able to give some info on the quality of the calipers and new rotors on hawk hps pads
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well after getting everything back together with the brake system bled and the proper pressure in my pedal built up I went to drive the car to school today and after starting the car i gradually lost more and more pressure on the pedal until it was eventually back to the start. after bleeding the rears at least 30 times and the fronts 5-10 one of my calipers began to pour fluid out of the boot area of the spring mechanism for the parking brake. im assuming a defective rebuilt caliper was the reason i could not keep pressure in my system. going to call advance tomorrow and see what they can do about caliper replacement.
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Haha shit, that sucks.

I think you jinxed me this weekend too.
Replaced all of my pads and rotors and my passenger rear ended up being seized and the boot completely torn off...
Had to get one from Autozone, fml.

Did the bed in for the HPS and seems like they're all good now.
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haha what a coincidence. called advance today and they're replacing the part tomorrow. who knew a rotor change would prove to be so problematic, at least i know my brake system like the back of my hand now.
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got it installed today, install went find and the bleeding process went well. i'm still bedding in the whole system so i havent really been able to see what they can do yet. everything seems to be working well all in all, if you have a better place to go i'd recommend it. when i went in to swap the defected caliper the employee asked where the leak was and he mumbled "of course" under his breath so obviously its a problem they deal with often. customer support was good and they swapped the caliper for free.
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Mine seem like they bedded in nice now.
Everything feels nice and tight.

Brake jobs used to be so easy
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Brake systems working well now but the calipers are completely rusted after the first rainfall! Guess ill have to go back and paint the black or something. IMO if you need a quick fix and don't want to wait on parts in the mail or a rebuild kit these calipers will do just fine. Near same quality of oem but definitely somewhat of a downgrade in terms of quality of their rebuild kits..
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Most calipers are just reman anyway.

Chipped the hell out of the paint on the ones that stayed trying to get them back on and aligned and new one is bright silver lol
Probably just going to paint them black soon.
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