[Answer] B. (C) ?? The outward movement of the caliper piston during brake application causes the piston seal to distort. Once the brakes are released however the seal returns to its original shape forcing the piston to retract in its bore. A caliper seal that is installed on the piston Is known as a stroking seal.

Answer: When replacing disc brake pads you must bottom the caliper piston in its bore to create room for the new pads. Which of the following is the proper procedure?A. Use a C-clamp or pliers to slowly bottom the piston in the caliper.B. Remove half the fluid from the master cylinder reservoir then use a C-clamp or pliers to slowly bottom the piston in the caliper.C. Connect a hose to the caliper bleeder screw and insert the other end of the hose into a suitable C-clamp or pliers to slowly bottom the piston in the caliper.D. Remove the caliper from the vehicle then use a C-clamp or pliers to slowly bottom the piston in the caliper.
B. (C) ?? The outward movement of the caliper piston during brake application causes the piston seal to distort. Once the brakes are released however the se…

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