Re: 96 Taurus Break Caliper problem
So we're talking the front, right? If so, when I did my '97 at about 55K miles I don't recall having to open the bleeder screws was necessary. A good C-clamp should press them back no problem. If they won't budge you're probably looking at bound up pistons, in which case you need to rebuild/replace the calipers.
On the rear calipers, yes, I opened the bleeder screws to press the pistons back. But my pistons bound up around 130K miles and I had to replace the rear calipers.