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.
Depends on car make and year - you didn't share this with us .
take it to a brake specialist
It will take approximately 15 minutes, per wheel, for an experience mechanic to change the brake pads and the rotor. A novice mechanic, doing the job in their driveway, will take considerably longer.
take it to a dealer
Lift the car on a jack, remove the tire, remove the brake shoe/caliper and take out the old brake pads. Put in the new brake pads, replace the brake shoe/caliper, replace the tire and lower the car to the ground.
Approximately 2 hours.
Take your truck to mechanic man to do it for you
Raise Vehicle, Remove Tire, take out the 2 Brake Caliper retaining bolts and remove caliper, take the old pads out and replace with the new ones... its as simple as that
front or rear? both are very similar. take the wheels off. loosen and take off the calipers (should be 2 bolts if my memory serves me correctly, the bolts are kinda long. slide the caliper off revealing the brake pads. replace the brake pads and put it all back together. Don't forget to use brake lube on the sliders of the calipers.
take the tire off and then remove the brake caliper remove the brake pads take a c clamp and compress the brake piston replace the pads then put the caliper back on tighten the caliper bolts put the tire back on then turn car on and push on the brakes a couple of times
its probably the trim in your car hanging loose or if its your whole chassis you might want to take the car tested and replace the brake pads ------------------ The brake rotors are warped. Have them turned or replaced. This is a very common problem, i see it all the time. You may as well replace the pads while you are at it.
Never install just one pad or set of pads on one wheel. Always replace the pads on the front or rear in pairs. In other words both front or both back wheels. To replace pads on the front or rear takes an expert around 1 hour.
take off the tire remove the caliper replace the brake disc if necessary and replace brake pads on the calipers reassemble do this for every tire to wish to change at that time
I believe if you had to ask this question, it would be better for you to take the car to a brake shop or your car dealer. It is not a easy job. Grayghost19
take the brake line out of the back of the wheel cylinder, pull the brake pads off and then take the 2 bolts out of the back of the cylinder and pull the wheel cylinder out.
The recommended time would be approximately an hour or so. This includes getting your car back to running condition. It shouldn't take too long.
hi there, you take the wheel off, unbolt the caliper off, so it comes away from the disc, pop out pads and replace pads,
Changing brake discs and pads is very easy and will take less than an hour on most vehicles. Modern pads and discs are much the same to replace on most cars. Car Parts Direct have a five minute video to show you how to replace your brakes. They also have discounted brakes you can buy online.
carefully take the bolts out of the back of the calipers and should be springs that hold the brake pads in just rasie them slightly and slide the pads off and then slide the new ones on and they should lock into place. becareful because you'll have to bleed the brake lines in order to take the calipers off and then to put them back on too.
Take a photo of your front disc and pads.and ill be able to explain how.
take a rensh some directions and FIGURE IT OUT YOUR SELF YOU FRICKEN LAZY BUM
Less than 2 hours for both.
take the wheel off depending on what model you may need a torx or socket to remove the caliper. remove caliper and old pads,then using a C clamp to depress the cylinder , so new pads will fit. then replace caliper and proceed to other side.
It should only take about an hour to replace the brake lines on a 1995 Toyota Corolla. The exact time will depend on your experience with replacing brake lines.