Question about 2008 Ford Fusion
Open bleeder valve & push caliper piston, in as
you rotate piston to screw in parking brake
Do this by hand,only use a clamp on the front calipers
Posted on Apr 08, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
depending on which trans it is there is a small dipstick on the trans at the front on the bottom these transmissions take a specific fluid so be careful
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
The rear calipers on that model rotate in, it requires a special tool.
If you pushed too hard directly in, there is a chance that you may have damaged the caliper.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
First, take a look at the piston, if it's flat or cup shaped, put an old pad at the piston and use channel locks to squeeze it back in, opening the tool wide to get it to catch the back of the caliper.
If....the piston has what looks like an "X" or cut outs, this is for a tool that spins the piston in with a special tool. (Subaru's and some other cars use this)
After you are all done and pump up the brakes, re-check the brake fluid level.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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