Went to install new brakes on my 2000 V6 for the first time this past weekend. I swapped out the front pads, no problem. But, I was not able to collapse the rear disc brake calipers. According to my Haynes, you collapse them by turning the piston clock-wise with a special tool or a pair of needle-nose pliers. I do not have this special tool, so I tried the needle-nose pliers. Unfortunately, they will not budge. Am I missing something, or do I need to get the brake tool instead of the needle-nose?