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Old 08-30-2008, 11:24 PM   #6
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I had a bmw tech sit right beside me and help me do it. We did not touch the bleeder nipple except to remove the sensor line.
We used a flathead screwdriver looking thing and wedged it in and pushed the pads apart. Then proceeded from there. No brake fluid at all.

Iirc, we removed the clip. Then pried the inner pad apart by sticking the screwdriver like tool in there, and pushing the piston side pad into the caliper. Then removed the caliper bracket screws.
Then removed the caliper, cleaned, applied the wurth good stuff to the new pad, and put it back together.
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