Rear brake question - I searched and didn't see what I am asking... Car is a 2002 Ford Mustang Premium V6 with ABS. I did the fronts today with little fanfare. Got to the rears and it was a whole other story. The rear passenger caliper won't go back onto the caliper bracket. It seems to me that it is binding up; it is very hard to get it into proper position with the caliper bracket. I have the shop manual and it isn't very helpful, just says that installation if reverse of removal...and it came off just fine! Any tips for getting the rear calipers back on? Do I just have to muscle it into place given that I have new pads with new springs on them that are pushing back on the caliper? Do I need to rotate the piston in farther, because I put it in as far as it would go (I have the special tool, and it is one that actually applies pressure as it rotates). Any input will be greatly appreciated! Can't wait to get her back on the road!