Date: Thu, 15 Oct 1998 08:59:26 GMT
Subject: Re: HELP ME! (calipbers sp?)

In article <702bco$rmg$>, "The Man" <> wrote: > Saab makes a tool to turn the piston back in. It does not, I repeat DOES > NOT just push back in like on American junks. You MUST have the tool from > Saab that turns the piston in. You may have ruined the caliper though by > stepping on the brake while the caliper w/pad assembly was not in place on > the rotor. This may allow the piston in the caliper to travel beyond the > point of return or even blown a seal in the caliper. WHAT ARE YOU DOING > WITHOUT THE BENTLEY BOOK!!!! GET THE TO THE SAAB DEALER AND BUY ONE!!!!! > > Replacing the pads on a Saab is like on of the easiest repairs if you have > the right tools. Get the book and make your life a whole lot easier. I recently tried to get this tool from my local SAAB dealers. They informed me that they have been instructed by SAAB UK to NOT supply any specialised tools to customers, or risk loosing their franchise. This really sucks big time, and means I will have to try and do the job with a pair of circlip pliers. -----------== Posted via Deja News, The Discussion Network ==---------- Search, Read, Discuss, or Start Your Own

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