The maintenance manual says "push the piston in using (special tool)", and has a note about leaving the indentations in the correct orientation to mate with the pad. And the little illustration pretty much shows a guy pushing the piston straight back into the caliper, not winding it in. I thought the wind in design was standard design, but there's an exception to every rule, so...
Do the rear pistons push or wind in?
edit: I'll move this to Virtual Mechanic, where there's a bit more activity
Edited by Gibbon, 17 November 2019 - 01:58 AM.