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I'm turning the caliper piston but it wont retract

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I'm turning the caliper piston but it wont retract
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Jaguar Mechanic: EricFromCT, ASE Certified Technician replied 2 years ago
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Hi. What side caliper are you turning in? Also are you using the correct tool that applies pressure while turning the piston in?

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