06 Grand Prix -- What is the secret to compressing the rear calipers The C clamp will not do it what gives?

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The rear calipers are not just compressed, there is a special tool you need. What this tool does, is it allows you to tighten the piston back. Its actually is threaded, so instead of just pushing it back in, you must screw it back in. I think Autozone loans this tool out w/ a deposit, or you can buy a socket adapter for around 10 bucks.
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