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•   When replacing brake pads on newer BMWs with the Electromechanical Parking Brake (EMF) the rear brake caliper piston has to be turned while being compressed back into the caliper housing. 


•   Traditional methods of squeezing the piston back will not work as the piston must be screwed back in. 


•   Advantage:

Used to reset the EMF adjustment unit & piston to the starting position. This tool has three pins that lock into the piston and a 3/8″ fitting for your ratchet. Simply ratchet the piston back in to reset it. This tool will prove to be invaluable in years to come as all BMW models will be switching over to this new EMF type of rear brake system.


•   Application:

2010+ F07 BMW 535i GT, 535i xDrive GT, 550i GT, 550i xDrive GT

2011+ F10 BMW 528i 535i 535i xDrive 550i 550i xDrive M5

2012+ F06 BMW 640i Gran Coupe 650i Gran Coupe M6 Gran Coupe

2012+ F12 F13 BMW 640i 650i M6

2002-2008 E65 BMW 745i 745li 750i 750li 760i 760li

2009+ F01 BMW 740i 740li 750i 750li 750i xDrive 750li xDrive 760li

2011+ F25 BMW X3 xDrive28i X3 xDrive35i

2007+ E70 BMW X5 3.0si X5 4.8i X5 xDrive30i X5 xDrive35d X5 xDrive35i X5 xDrive48i                   X5M

2008+ E71 BMW X6 xDrive35i X6 xDrive50i X6M

2009+ Z4 BMW Z4 sDrive30i Z4 sDrive35i Z4 sDrive35is