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Re: Renault trafic 2014 model
...Do bear in mind draining excess fluid via the bleed nipple when you compress the pistons. Some ABS units don't like back flow.
Very good advice there, always worth cracking the bleed nipple open when pushing the pistons back.
Also worth remembering to only to push the brake pedal half way down at a time when seating the new pads.
Yeah, the dealer may have priced for new discs, they like to fit new discs when the pads need changing these days.
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