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  1. S-Max Changing Rear Brake Pads

    Thanks for this John. This paragraph saved me a lot of head scratching. I also have the Lazer tool and experienced exactly the same issue. Having found your excellent description of how to solve it I also drove out two of the pins and as you say the modified key fits perfectly. Also, knowing it was a clockwise rotation was helpful as the pistons can be a bit tricky to get moving initially, and it is always a worry that you might not be exerting force in the right direction. Great post!!
  2. Welcome to the Ford forums RichBuda :)