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Old 04-16-2011, 12:59 AM   #13
Big Brunsy

Drives: 2010 supercharged LS3
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Location: Le Mars, Iowa
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Originally Posted by csjcsj View Post
How about the rears? I know on my mustang you need a special tool to turn the piston back in because that is how the e-brake works
The E-brake on the Camaro is kind of like a drum brake inside the rotor, so no special tools required.

Originally Posted by SSRob View Post
Sweet write up. Thanks. Sorry if this is a stupid question but by opening the reservoir using your approach and hanging the caliper from the wire if it is removed, does this eliminate any need to bleed the brakes?
you are not removing any brake lines, so there should be no way for air to get into the brake line. So you do not have to bleed the brakes.
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