Have you ever changed a cars brakes? You always need a caliper tool to push the piston back in after new brakes. You can typically rent it for free from autozone if you purchase the pads from them. A c-clamp will sometimes work as well or just remove the pressure from the lines and you can push it back easily but you may need to bleed the brakes afterwards.Hi,
Apologies as this question may have already been asked. I am new and searched through the forums for this and am not sure if there is a special tool to rest my Car's Caliper/Piston after a brake change.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.