A hammer and a drift punch is used to knock out the pins.
U NEED 2 SQUEEZE the END of the pin together woih pliers (needle noise) then tap with a small hammer-make SURE THE the pin IS NOT i 2 pieces-each pin has rubber in the middle with steel bonded 2 the outside-B SURE 2 LUBRICATE Pins with Die lectric grease NOT Petroleum based Lubricants.
Collapse caliper(screw driver to pry caliper apart), remove brake pin plug, remove brake pin, remove pads, reverse for install
remove wheel remove wire clip in the lower pin that goes through th pads and knock out the pin remove the handbrake cable and the two Allen bolts at the back of the caliper the caliper will then lift upwards and expose the pads
You will need a 3/8" Allen wrench to remove the two slider pin anchor bolts at which point the rotors will slide off the brake pads.
Check the bottom of the caliper on your MIA and see if you can locate the pin. Take of the clip and knock the pin out, then the caliper should be able to be moved to remove the pads.
Rear brake pads? To replace the pads, just remove the rear tires. then the brake pads are as easy as, punching the pin out of the caliper, then the brake pads can be removed staight out the rear. You will want to open the brake fluid reservoir first and remove some brake fluid. Then use a special brake depressing tool, or screwdriver to push back the piston on the caliper, do one brake pad at a time. And install in reverse order.
Remove wheel, remove the brake caliper and brake pads, Pull the dust cap. remove cotter pin. remove nut and washer. tilt the rotor back and forth to pop the bearings (front) remove rotor and pop the back bearings. This would be for a 2 wheel drive S-10.
Front Brake Pad Removal and Replacement: 1. Loosen the front lug nuts slightly. Raise the front of the vehicle, and make sure it is securely supported. Remove the front wheels. 2. Remove the brake hose mounting bolt from the knuckle. 3. Hold the caliper pin with a wrench, being careful not to damage the pin boot. Remove the caliper bolt with another wrench. 4. Pivot the caliper up out of the way. Check the hoses and pin boots for damage and deterioration. 5. Remove the pad shims, pad retainers, and pads. 6. Clean the caliper thoroughly; remove any rust, and check for grooves and cracks. 7. Check the brake disc for damage and cracks. 8. Install the pad retainers. 9. Install the brake pads and pad shims correctly. 10.Install the pad with the wear indicator on the inside. NOTE: Check the brake fluid level, the brake fluid may overflow the reservoir if too full. 11. Push in the piston so that the caliper will fit over the pads. 12. Pivot the caliper down into position. Hold the caliper pin with a wrench, being careful not to damage the pin boot. Install the caliper bolt with another wrench, and torque it to proper specification. 13. Install the brake hose onto the knuckle. 14. Press the brake pedal several times to make sure the brakes work, then test-drive. NOTE: Engagement of the brake may require a greater pedal stroke immediately after the brake pads have been replaced as a set. Several applications of the brake pedal will restore the normal pedal stroke. 15. After installation, check for leaks at hose and line joints or connections, and retighten if necessary.
# Raise and safely support the vehicle securely on jackstands. # Remove the brake caliper assembly. # Remove the front disc brake caliper anchor plate. # Remove the hub grease cap. # Remove the cotter pin. # Remove the spindle nut. # Remove the front wheel outer bearing retainer washer. # Remove the outer front wheel bearing. # Remove the hub grease cap gasket. # Remove the front disc brake hub and rotor. # Remove the wheel hub grease seal. # Remove the inner front wheel bearing.
The rear pads are similar to a late model volvo. Jack up and remove the rear wheels. With a large spike nail or small drift pin remove the two horizontal pins the go thru the caliper and brake pads. With a plier grab the brake pad, wiggle and pull out of the rear of the caliper. Insert the new pads, install drip pins and you ar done. You may need to insert and prior the old pads against the caliper to push the piston back for more space to insert the new pads.
Jack up truck,place on jackstands,remove front wheel, take off centre grease cap,behind this you will find large nut with split pin,remove split pin, remove large nut,remove large steel washer,brake drum should now pull off complete with outer wheel bearing, If drum is stubborn back off brake shoes a bit they could be holding drum.
There is a pin that needs to be removed to get them out
After jacking the car up and removing the front tires, remove the wheel-bearing dust cap, remove cotter pin, then remove nut, turning it counter-clockwise, then remove the large washer. Now, tap the top of the brake drum with the palm of your hand, and the front bearing should pop out. Then slide the brake drum off. If the brake drum does not come off, you will have to turn the brake shoe adjuster inward. The brake shoe adjuster is located in the slot in the back near the bottom ball joint. Pull brake drum off.
Not as hard as it looks,the caliper has 2 guide pins that are held in place by a wirespring.The guides go thru the brake pades and I noticed that you do not have to removethe caliper.NOTE: this vehicle that I worked on had home made coter pins thru theguide pins , so I am not sure what the original hardware looks like. Remove the cotterpin from guide pins then pull them straight out . Clean them with a wire brush thenapply a thin coat of antisies the metal to metal kilnd (silver in color). Remove yourbrake pads and replace in the revese order. I recommend that you have the rotorsturned.
Remove the wheel from the car.With a big screw driver pry on the caliper placing the screw driver between the caliper pistons. This will collapse the pistons allowing you to remove the caliper.Remove the caliper pin retaining spring.Remove the caliper pins.Next remove the brake pad retaining clips, found in the middle of the caliper.Remove the brake pads.Remove the two bolts holding the brake caliper in place.Now you're able to remove the brake rotor.An instructional video has also been included below.
For the rear, remove the tire and wheel. Remove the Brake Caliper and Brake pad bracket. Then the rotor should slide off the wheel studs. The front may have to have the spindle retaining nut and cotter pin removed once the brake pad bracket is removed. Be careful to not get dirt in the bearing.
Remove lower caliper bolt (actually the upper one is a pin), lift the caliper, replace pads. The clips and the bracket might however need some cleaning.
Probably because you did not align the disk brake pads with the pin that comes out in the pressure plate that you have to screw in in order to replace your disk brake pads, if you llok at the back of the pad there is a long indentation where the pin of the caliper should be aligned in order for the pad to sit flat with the caliper, if you missed this pin your brake pad are definitely working crooked and probably never stop touching the disk brake.
A long pin in front of tractor. Remove this and the retainer pin above the lower pin. Its off.
Follow the below steps to replace the front brake pads on your Saturn: 1) Remove the cap from the master cylinder and check the fluid level; draw off some fluid, if the fluid is at the maximum level. Raise the vehicle's front end on jack stands and remove both front wheels. 2) Compress the caliper piston into its bore with a C-clamp. Watch out for fluid overflowing from the master cylinder. Wash off the brake assembly with brake cleaner. 3) Pry off the anti-rattle clip from the caliper with a flat-head screwdriver. Remove the covers to the guide pin bolts and remove the bolts; this should take a hex wrench. Remove the caliper and hang it from the coil spring with strong wire; don't hang it by the brake hose. 4) Remove the inner brake pad from within the caliper piston and the outer pad from the caliper's mounting bracket. Insert the new inner brake pad into the piston by squeezing the clip on the backing plate, and install the new outer pad into the bracket. 5) Position the caliper back onto the mounting bracket. Clean off the guide pin bolts with the brake cleaner, and lightly apply a high-temperature brake grease to them before installing them and replacing their covers. Put the anti-rattle clip in place. 5) Connect the wheels and lower the vehicle once you've changed the brakes on both sides. Press the brake pedal multiple times to seat the pads and check the brake fluid level in the master cylinder.
Jack up the Odyessy. Remove the wheel and the brake caliper. Take the brake rotor off. Remove the axle nut cover, and the cotter pin. Remove the axle housing. Replace the inner and outer bearings as well as the races.
remove the pins from the hinges there is probrably a clip on the bottom of the pin
Raise the rear of the vehicle, and support it with safety stands in the proper locations.Remove the rear wheels.Check the thickness (A) of the inner pad (B) and outer pad (C). Do not include the thickness of the backing plate.If the brake pad thickness is less than the service limit, replace all the rear brake pads as a set.ReplacementRaise the rear of the vehicle, and support it with safety stands in the proper locations.Remove the rear wheels.Remove the brake hose mounting bolt (A).Remove the flange bolts (B) while holding respective caliper pin (C) with a wrench. Be careful not to damage the pin boot, and remove the caliper (D). Check the hose and pin boats for damage and deterioration. NOTE: Do not twist the brake hose and the parking brake cable to prevent damage.Remove the pad shims (A) and brake pads (B).Remove the pad retainers (A).Clean the caliper bracket (B) thoroughly; remove any rust, and check for grooves and cracks.Check the brake disc for damage and cracks.Apply a thin coat of M-77 assembly paste (P/N 08798-9010) to the retainers on their mating surfaces (indicated by the arrows) against the caliper bracket.Install the pad retainers. Wipe excess assembly paste off the retainers. Keep any assembly paste off the discs and pads.Apply a thin coat of M-77 assembly paste (P/N 08798-9010) to the pad side of the shims (A), the back of the brake pads (B), and the other areas indicated by the arrows. Wipe excess assembly paste off the pad shims and brake pads. Contaminated brake discs or brake pads reduce stopping ability. Keep assembly paste off the brake discs and pads.Install the brake pads and pad shims correctly. Install the brake pad with the wear indicator (C) on the bottom inside. If you are reusing the brake pads, always reinstall the brake pads in their original positions to prevent a momentary loss of braking efficiency.Rotate the caliper piston (A) clockwise into the cylinder, then align the cutout (B) in the piston with the tab (C) on the inner pad by turning the piston back. Lubricate the boot with rubber grease to avoid twisting the piston boot. If the piston boot is twisted, back it out so it is positioned properly. NOTE: Be careful when moving the piston back in the caliper, brake fluid might overflow from the master cylinder's reservoir.Install the caliper. Install the flange bolts (D), and tighten it to the specified torque while holding respective caliper pin with a wrench. Be careful not to damage the pin boots.Install the brake hose mounting bolt (E).Press the brake pedal several times to make sure the brakes work. NOTE: Engagement may require a greater pedal stroke immediately after the brake pads have been replaced as a set. Several applications of the brake pedal will restore the normal pedal stroke.After installation, check for leaks at hose and line joints or connections, and retighten if necessary. Test-drive the vehicle, then check for leaks
1. Remove the brake hose to caliper bolt from the brake caliper. 2. Remove the brake hose from the brake caliper. 3. Remove and discard the 2 copper brake hose gaskets. These gaskets may be stuck to the brake caliper and/or the brake hose end. 4. Cap or plug the opening in the brake caliper and the brake hose to prevent fluid loss and contamination. 5. Remove the 2 brake caliper pin bolts. Remove the park brake cable from the caliper. 6. Remove the brake caliper from the brake caliper bracket.
Once the wheel is off you have access to the brake assy. Look at the assy where the rotor goes through the pads. There will be two long pins running through the assy and through the pads. These hold the pads in place. On the back top side there is a stiff wire that runs from pin to pin and fits into a hole in the middle. Pull it out of the hole and then from the pins. Note the position of the inner spring and then remove the pins and inner spring. Now with a large pry bar you can push the pads away from the rotor. This is necessary to allow the new pads to fit. Now remove the old pads by lifting them straight out. Put disk quiet on the new pads and insert them into the assy. Reinstall all the parts in reverse order and bleed the brake assy with new fluid. Your done.
Take the wheels off, then the folt holding the pin holding the pads on then drive the pin out . Compress the piston in the caliper so that the piston is completely in the cyl. In stall the new pads and any anti squeek shims or grease tht is with the pads. You may want ot get a manual on your cr from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM for about $9