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A pair of pliars to pull the clip out of the pin,
A pair of long nosed pliars to wind the piston back in
A punch and a hammer to knock the pin out
A large flat blade screw driver or pry bar to pull the caliper back
 

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Is that all needed for brake pad and discs changing?

So just jack the car up and do the following.. without the need of bleeding the brake system?

That would probably save me a lot... :whistling:

Phil
 

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Thats just for the pads, I cant remember what holds the caliper carrier on, It been over a year since i changed my discs
 

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Right cheers anyway...

well i guess i will have to get myself a haynes manual then... :innocent: and the 03 version of Ford TIS doesn't give any information about Mk2.... anyone knows whether there is any improvement on the 04 version?

Phil
 

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Dont think the haynes manual tells you the sizes ot tools needed, The rear caliper is held on with hex headed bolt and not allen bolts if that helps, It could be anything between 13mm and 19mm
 
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