First off properly jack up your front end and secure it. Take off the wheel and there are 2 long screws holding your brake caliber in ,that you need to remove(NOTE-remember which bolt goes where) after that caliber should come right off and just remove old pads and put new ones in. Why you are here inspect your rotors if it looks worn I would probably just get new ones since it would be a pain to take them to a shop to get them ground (refaced or "turned"). But just do reverse of what you did to put it back on. As for what brake pads I would go for semi-metallic better and longer lasting.AnswerCeramic pads are quieter and less brake dust.
You can find more information in the repair guide at autozone.com:
How do you change rear brake pads on a 2006 honda accord ex?
just had oil change on saturday. no problems. now brake lamp light on 2000 honda accord ex
The brake pedal switch is bad. How do I replace it?
where do I add brake fluid to my Honda accord 92
Changing the brake pads on a Honda Accord is relatively simple. With a few simple tools, one can replace the pads in about one hour.
well you change it from the outside
take it to a shop
who supplies the 2013 accord brakes to honda
the 1989 Honda accord lxi has a brake lamp light on the dashboard, if the brake lamp light is on, this means you have a brake/tail light out or disconnected
They should fit as both years are the 3rd generation Accord.
2004 Honda Accord Brake Light Bulb Numbers - See sources and related links below.
The factory Honda pads. (OEM)
NO, they will not fit.
You will need to remove the tire and wheel from your 1986 Honda Accord. Remove the brake caliper and the brake spring. The disk brakes will come off. Reverse the process to install the new front disc brakes.
On a 1994 Honda Accord, the brake lamp comes on when a tail light is no longer working. The burned-out bulb needs to be replaced. The brake lamp will not come on after the bulb is replaced.
it is an indicator. You need to check your brake fluid or your bulb.
Yes, sometimes it is.
DOT3 from an unopened can.
Check all the brake lights and dont forget the one behind the back window. That should fix the problem.
Defective or misaligned brake light switch.
Low brake fluid level or Parking brake not released completely
It means one of your rear brake lights are out. Not the tailights but the brake light(s).
dot 3 or 4