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Old 03-07-2021, 12:56 PM   #1
RickATL
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Default abs caliper rebuild?

The greenbook says not to break down the front calipers when rebuilding. It further says the bolts will need a "special fluid" and pressure testing if they are broken in half. Seeing that there are no rebuilt abs 240 driverside calipers readily available, im rebuilding both my fronts.


Anyone know what the special sauce is they are referring to? ......or the torque on the caliper bolts?
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