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post #13 of (permalink) Old 02-12-2016
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If you need to push the pads back any amount to install the new rotors, be sure there is enough room in the master cylinder reservoir for the fluid that will back up when the pads are pushed back. If there is not enough room the reservoir, the brake fluid will overflow and cause a big mess.

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