You need the borg tool for the rear to compress the e-brake piston.
Specs?? I just turned till it was tight! ha haaa
Here is a write up I did in the past on it...
1) Loosten lug nuts on wheel
2) Jack up car and remove wheel.
3) Remove the 2 bolts holding the caliper together
4) Move caliper up and rest it on your upper control arm thingy. :lol:
5) Take needle nose plyers and remove retention washers on the wheel studs.
6) Remove rotor by pulling it straight off.
7) Put new Rotor on being mindful of direction if you have the slotted option.
8 ) If any washers are salvageable from #5 put them back on. If not dont worry about it.
9) Pick up caliper and rotate back down.
10) Replace metal retention clips.
11) Remove old pads but be mindful of which side has the metal squeel replacement warning device.
12) C-clamp the piston down flush for ease in install.
13) Paint anti-sqeel crap onto outside of the pad where it will touch the calpier & slide new pads in.
14) Put caliper back on and bolt down.
15) check everything then reattach wheel.
16) Before turning on your car- pump the brakes slowly to re-engage the piston against the pads.
I would do this about a half dozen time slowly then a few fast times to the floor. Feel it tighten up?
Go drive it!!
Yes the same but add a
12.5) You need to insert the Borg tool into the E-brake piston and with a 3/4 drive you
torq it down.
and add a
17) Pull up on the ebrake handle many time until it gets tight. This will re-engage the
e-brake piston to the caliper pads.
Im sure Im missing a few things.... Oh yeah
18) Raise a Beer and yell "POOOOOONERS"!!!!!
Here is your Borg Brake Tool: