I have been doing car maintenance for years and have done many brake jobs on both disc and drum brakes. I have just acquired a 2006 Chrysler town and Country and the local parts dealer said that when I push in the piston to allow for the new pads I have to open the bleeder on the caliper and let the excess fluid out that way rather than just pushing it through the lines back into the reservoir like I have always done because the vehicle is equipped with ABS. I have never heard of this before and I have a Haynes book ordered but has not come in yet so I cannot consult them. This sounds bogus to me but I do not want to wreck anything either and find out the hard way that I was wrong. Any help in this area would be appreciated.