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Renault Laguna Rear brake pads

2005 Renault Laguna Problem

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CarRenault Laguna 1.9 Diesel
Year2005
OwnerDave Watling
Posted03/07/2010


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The Problem:

I need to change the rear brake pads on my 55plate laguna with an electric hand brake. How do i wind the caliper pistons back and does this have any effect on the hand brake



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Solution 1


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for cars with an electric handbrake you need to get a special diagnostic tool that plugs into the cars diagnostic socket which backs the motor off allowing you to wind the caliper pistons back,unless you have this tool you cant do it yourself,





Posted on Saturday 3rd of July 2010

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Solution 2


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Here is a walkthrough with pictures on replacing the rear brake pads on a Scenic II fitted with the automatic handbrake which will allow you to do them yourself .Probably the same set up as your Laguna .


http://www.renaultforums.co.uk/showthread.php?t=22105

This also refers to switching off h/brake without any equipment etc.

http://www.renaultforums.co.uk/showthread.php?t=20395&highlight=rear+pads


Hope this helps you .







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