Nope. And right now it won't move even when the other pistons are moving fine. I can maybe find a way to hold the others down, will that provide greater force to move that one? [Edit]. Went back out to the garage, wedged all 4 pistons, pumped the brakes until crooked one popped loose. Only problem is it really did pop loose and air now into the system and brake fluid ran out. Now I gotta refix piston on seal and bleed brakes. Bleeding the brakes was exactly what I DIDN’T wanna do when I started this job but my monkey wrench always prevails in the garage. At least I’m in a better spot now than I was earlier when I didn’t know WHAT to do Thanks to wcohl for suggesting of wedging the other pistons to get that one to move.