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April 30th, 2007, 05:28 AM   #11
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Hi faktor
Weird problem but the pads are obviously not returning for some reason. Ausberg could be onto something with the no expansion theory.
The Brembos are the same setup as any other brakes. They have a rubber seal around the piston.
Take it off, rip it apart and clean everything using aerosol brake cleaner and check bore and piston for any scoring/damage etc.
If it's not damaged and not leaking then lube it up with nice clean brake fluid and re-assemble. You shouldn't need a kit unless you damage something.
I find it easiest to remove piston with compressed air. If you use air place a rag in there to catch the piston when it comes firing out.
Totally re-bleed system and check if they release. Problem may be in master cylinder.
Good luck.
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April 30th, 2007, 09:03 AM   #12
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i'm guessing the brake pedal plunger that goes into the master cylinder is too far extended for some mechanical reason. does the caliper piston retract if you pull the plunger rod clip and remove it?
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April 30th, 2007, 09:20 AM   #13
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slacken the rear break leaver adjuster off its the round disc just abouve the break leaver arm with an off set allen screw it might have been knoked and is holding the rear break on
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Wesh155 you are a legend that was the problem mate. Once i loosened the lever adjuster off a little i could push the piston in the calliper in alot easier.

Also thankyou all others for your input in trying to help solve my Brake Problem.
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