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If you PM me your VIN I can check if it lists the specific brake size for your car.

I think the rewind tool is purely for rear brakes... the front are pistons I believe which just push back in.
 

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just pm d you. is that true i cant remember the front brakes i noticed the rears needed a tool when i cleaned up my abs sensors lol

i could have brought the discs instead lol
 

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is it easy enough to change the brake fluid, i have a vacuum brake bleeder kit

in the haynes manual is says about abs part of it, surely if i bleed it properly. a wheel at a time all will be well

does anyone know how much fluid i may need for all 4 wheels
 

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anyone?

is it worth changing the brake fluid without purging the abs (i dont have a computer) is it as easy as doing 1 wheel at a time?

the car has done 127k and is 11 years old now so its probably never been done
 

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i changed the front discs and pads on my car today. unfortunately my rewind kit hasnt come yet so hard to push the pistons in by hand

i cleaned up all around the abs sensors as well while i was there

i changed the brake fluid using a vacuum pressure part for my compressor. the fluid was pretty dark.

the difference is amazing and i havent even bedded in the discs and pads yet, no more warped discs

the sequence to bleed the brakes is left front. right front. left rear. right rear

im happy i managed to change the fluid with 500ml of brake fluid
 
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