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Scenic II - Rear brakes - Direction of driving the pistons

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  • #1
    nanab
    Level 27  
    I am trying to find an answer in Google, but I can not.
    How to guess in which direction to screw the piston in a particular car and in a particular clamp? I'm taking on the replacement of the blocks in scenic II 1.5dci and I would like to prepare myself substantively.
  • #2
    robokop
    Moderator of Cars
    I think all of which I've seen screw right. Anyway, it seems that after shooting - does the piston hide or crawl? Of course, the appropriate tool for this you have?
  • #3
    nanab
    Level 27  
    I have a market kit for screwing the pistons. Just that the set has two types of threads - left and right, prompted me to set in which direction to screw.
    Well, I turned on the left side, I took out the leftovers and started with the plunger. Actually you can see that it turns right and turns to the left, without any resistance I did not even have to push the tool against the other side of the clamp, just by turning and pressing with your hand it hid to a certain point. But it still does not go. It is still missing about a centimeter so that the pads and the shield can fit. Denying the tool for a place under the outer brick, it does not turn, it stands asleep. What could I do wrong with such a simple operation?
  • #4
    domex32
    Moderator of Cars
    Manual electric or traditional?
  • #6
    domex32
    Moderator of Cars
    Insert the picture of the clamp, the plunger after screwing.
  • #7
    nanab
    Level 27  
    Picture in the attachment.
    Wet plunger - I'm not sure if it is a leak or water (it is a plush and still a car was driving today), the plunger was strongly extended before screwing in ("woman rides", read does not mention anything while it works), but it seems to me that it did not fall out, the pedal was not soft with the rest after being put in the air for sure. However, could it affect the difficulty with pressing the plunger?
  • #8
    domex32
    Moderator of Cars
    Watch the plunger under the rubber band, look into the liquid container, if it is not full.
  • #9
    jenusz11
    Level 20  
    from what I remember for sure there were plungers which springs to the left, probably with some fordas but I do not remember exactly
  • #10
    milejow
    Level 43  
    Clamp to repair and probably a piston to replace because it is corroded. When the piston is extended, the dust cover does not guarantee good adhesion and protection, corrosion of the piston occurs and when attempted to screw it in the clamp and damage to the gasket-standard in the rear clamps operated for a long time with the worn-out blocks.
  • #11
    szymitsu21
    Moderator of Cars
    jenusz11 wrote:
    from what I remember for sure there were plungers which springs to the left, probably with some fordas but I do not remember exactly


    Exactly. There are such inventions in Fordes.
  • #12
    ociz
    Moderator of Cars
    Affirmative. In the Ford in the right clamp, turn left, left turn right. But if it does not go so lightly that you need to deny the device, I immediately put it on the table for cleaning and new erasers.
  • #13
    nanab
    Level 27  
    There is no corrosion or crumb under the rubber band. The problem solved - I used the extension, after one turn it went on until the end without any major resistance, the other side went without any problems.
    ociz wrote:
    In the Ford in the right clamp, turn left, left turn right.

    Does this apply to the entire brand or several models?
  • #14
    diodabg
    Level 30  
    I've been doing the Avensis 2012 recently and the left side is backwards ;-)
    In your Scenic two pages normally :-)
  • #15
    nanab
    Level 27  
    Above. the direction in this car is both sides to the right.
    I close the subject.