Question about changing brake pads
I heard somewhere that on ABS systems you can't just push the brake caliper piston back in. In the past, I would just use a c-clamp to push the caliper piston back in, then put the new pads in and bolt it back up, done.
I heard that you have to pinch off the brake fluid line, unscrew the bleed screw, and then push the piston back in (while pushing out some brake fluid, resulting in a little brake fluid loss). Do you have to do it this way? Or can I just push it back in without doing anything else? Thanks.
Gray 09 Malibu lS
2.4l 4-speed Auto