Well I have done the brakes on many a cars...so here goes! First thing is loosen the lug nut on the wheel(s) that need new pads. After there loose jack up the car, take off the bolts and the tire/wheel. If you have been driving recently the rotor may still be hot! There are 2 bolts on the back of the caliper, The caliper fits over the large "disk" like rotor. remove them. If I remember right they might be 10mm bolts slide the caliber off and balance it somewhere without putting strain on the brake line running to it. bungy cords or some rope work nice The pads may have come off when you pulled the caliper off or may be stuck to the caliper or rotor. remove the old pads and inspect them. If one pad is worn more than the other dramatically you may need to replace your caliper. If they have deep scrapes or scratches you may need new rotors. If the rotors them selfs have deep groves in them it may be time to have them "turned" or replaced. the new pads should slide into clips or rest in the caliper when you slip them in some people use brake part grease on the bolts and back of the pads. DO NOT PUT GREASE ON THE ROTORS OR BRAKING SURFACE OF THE PADS! this may damage your brake system and severely inhibit braking force!!! AKA no brakes! after you grease slide the caliper back on, you may need to push the piston in all the way to fit the new brake pads on. use a large "C clamp" and a small block of wood. put the wood on the piston of the caliper and secure the clamp on the wood and the back of the caliper and tighten slowly, letting the piston to go in easy. if you tighten to quickly you can blow a brake line or damage other components. After you get the caliper on, Tighten down the two caliper bolts make sure the rubber sheath is still on them, spray everything down with, brake part cleaner, to get rid of grease from your hands or other substances that may hinder braking performance (you can pick up a large can for 3$ at a auto parts store) let it dry, give it a visual inspection and pop on the tire and hand tighten the bolts. lower the car and tighten the bolts to manufactures specifications If you need more help see the "related links" I added
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How much it will cost to replace the front brake pads on a Jeep Grand Cherokee depends on which brakes you choose and whether you putting them on yourself. You should expect to pay between 100.00 and 300.00 dollars.
The tools required to replace a front brake pad and rotors on a 2000 Jeep Grand are lug wrenches, a jack, jack stands, and a C-clamp. You also will need a wrench and a turkey baster for drawing out old brake fluid.
Unless the caliper is broken, you can just replace the brake pads.
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To replace the brakes, lift the car on a jack, remove the tire, brake shoe and old brake pad. Next put in the new brake pads, put the brake shoe and tire back on the car, and lower the car.
Remove the tire and wheels. Remove the brake pad springs. The brake pad will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake pads.
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See detailed instructions here... http://www.autoclinix.com/Mercury/Brakes.html
it cost me 650$ for new front calipers and discs, they seased up
The Squeal means its time to replace the Brake pads.