dorri732 Reader
8/19/14 6:27 a.m.

Open the bleed screw and compress the wheel cylinder. It should go back together easily then. If the bleed screw won't unscrew, slightly loosen the brake line where it attaches to the wheel cylinder, compress it, then tighten the line back.

DrBoost UltimaDork
8/19/14 6:47 a.m.

When you compress the wheel cylinder, make sure you are compressing both sides at the same time.
Here's a look at what you have inside there. If you press one piston, the other will just move out of the bore.

iceracer PowerDork
8/19/14 9:14 a.m.

You compressed the pedal with a drum off ?

wonder you didn't have parts and brake fluid all over the place.

A piston popped out and can't return.

T.J. PowerDork
8/19/14 9:15 a.m.

Why is this Off topic? What is a Club Car? Sounds like a golf cart.

fritzsch Dork
8/19/14 10:08 a.m.

Can't he just screw the adjustment screw back?

Giant Purple Snorklewacker
Giant Purple Snorklewacker MegaDork
8/19/14 10:34 a.m.
T.J. wrote: Why is this Off topic? What is a Club Car? Sounds like a golf cart.

Oh, no... the Club Car is much better than a golf cart. It's brakes are HUGE.

JohnRW1621 UltimaDork
8/19/14 12:48 p.m.

Thomas, How is it going with the Audi that you posted over in this possible canoe thread?

Dare I ask? What is mrosupply?

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