Not quite the same as the front pads as has been suggested.
Chock wheels, put into gear and take off handbrake.
Loosen wheelnuts on first wheel, jack up the car and secure with axle stands and make sure car is not going anywhere.
You have to remove the handbrake from the caliper. This involves removing the spring-clip from the handbrake mounting bolt and then (if necessary, unbolt the mounting bracket) and remove the cable from the mount and then free the cable from the linkage on the caliper.
Undo the lower guide bolt and swing up the caliper - it will hold itself up by its own weight, (Note that if you do remove both guide bolts for some reason as with the front brake, NEVER let it dangle on the hose as this could cause damage which may lead to hose/joint failure later with obvious results!)
Depending on the type fitted, the piston may simply be pushed back for most of the way as with a front piston (or) and must then be wound back with a wind back tool or pair of long nose pliers to reset the parking brake. (There are a couple of notches in the piston which you use as leverage to rotate the piston carefully until it is fully home, taking care not to damage seals.
Slide out the pads as normal, check discs and apply copper grease to the usual places (where backs of pads touch shims and calipers) taking great care not to get any grease on the friction surfaces or discs and slip in new pads.
Drop caliper back into place (on some versions there is a peg which must be aligned with the piston by rotating it) and replace guide bolt (ideally using a drop of thread locking compound) and tighten to the correct torque.
Replace handbrake assembly.
Replace wheel and repeat on other side.
When finished apply handbrake repeatedly and then footbrake repeatedly to reset the brakes.
Test brakes before relying on them.
It is a good idea to give them a quick check a week or so later to check nothing is dropping off because it was not tightened properly.
Hope this is useful as they are quite awkward if you are not used to them.
To replace the rear brake lights on a Nissan Primera first open the trunk lid. Locate the tail lights and find the plastic cover which hide the bulbs. Remove the cover and then the bulb. Replace with a new bulb.
yes but depends how big the rims are
At the back of the engine bay under the brake fluid container.
At the back of the engine theres a container thing and it has marking on it telling you how much fluid is in it.
Never worked on this particular vehicle. Memory serves that your have to remove the grease cap on the center of the hub and remove the axle nut itself. BEFORE DOING THIS be sure you have the tightening torque rating for your vehicle for re-installation.
You will need to remove the tire and wheel from your 1992 Nissan Stanza. Remove the brake pad spring and caliper. The brake assembly will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake pads.
very carefully :)
There is no sequence, But it is common practice to start with the caliper closest to the master cylinder and work out.
smash it in wi a hammer
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do you have a video