Hum.....missed that in the FSM, gonna have to reread that sectionThis is the third rear caliper question concerning this problem in a week - and it's all answered elsewhere, BUT:
The rear caliper pucks are also part of the parking brake system. They mechanically ratchet to compensate for brake pad wear. To return them to their "new" position they must be screwed back into the caliper and the indents aligned with the new brake pad face.
You can use a pair of needlenose to screw in the puck, or you can do it the easy way - go to a NAPA and get a "brake cube" - a neat little thingy with various faces used to screw in 6 different varieties of rear caliper pucks. It connects to a socket wrench handle. There's a picture in skiller's thread close by - the one on Seville vibrations. The cube pic is very recent - last 4 posts.
Did pump peddle but it goes to floor each pump. Are you suggesting new equipment or just run through the paces again?Finally you need to pump the pedal and apply and release the parking brake repeatedly to "adjust" the piston to the proper position before road testing. If you now realize you skipped any of this, please start over.