They advise fitting new bolts, presumably because they come with the locking agent already applied in dry form. Mind you, not a word about a possible difficulty in removing them in the service manual, official or Haynes...I suppose dealers would use an air impact wrench fitted with a high-quality Torx bit though, not much resists the power of one of those.Spot on Dean, they are locktited in and quite difficult to remove without heating.
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Hello evreyone thanks for you help on this impact hammer did the trick in the end
However the sager continues now the pistons in the caliper have seized ive drained the brake fluid but they still wont move any ideas? or is this gonna cost me more money to get a new piston set/rear caliper? Thanks Matt
Great Link. Thanks Ernesto [and propforward]Try the method shown on the photos on post 2 of this great brake pad replacement thread by Prop. In fact read posts 1 to 6: