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Replacing Rear brake pads issue on Vezel rear EPB system



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The proper way to do this is by connecting a diagnostic scanner and switching off the parking brake through the scanner. The electronic parking brake is connected to the OBD system. Google "EPB service tool" and you might be able to find a Honda compatible cheap tool from eBay or somewhere. Or use a compatible diagnostic scanner. 

Not sure about the Vezel, but older Euros with electronic parking brake and brake hold systems have a motor that drives a plunger through a gearing system attached to the back of the calliper. The plunger pushes the piston(s) together. If you want to do it manually, I reckon you'd have to either remove the connector to the mechanism and manually operate the motor via external power. You'll need to know about the circuit to do this. It might also be easy to separate the mechanism from the calliper altogether and manually push the piston back.

I'd advise doing it the proper way to avoid messing up the system. 

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