There are no major bolts for these calipers, you only need a 10MM socket to remove the slide pin and the caliper will remove easily. Job should be under 1 hour total for both sides. Make sure you read about the shims for the pads so they do not clatter when you drive. The new pads should come with a bunch of them in different thicknesses.
Remove wheels Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor rotor should slide off
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This link has the manual on how to change the brake pads. http://files.mytouareg.info/autoindex.php
be sure to purcahse the tool to "screw" the caliper piston in. If you try to push the piston in on rear disc brakes you will damange the caliper.
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you have to take off your rim and tire, and your caliper.
You don't. This is one job that should be left to a professional.
It can be a sticky caliper or you need to change brake pads.
Use a large C- clamp to depress the piston enough to remove the caliper.
You jack up and block the car. Remove wheel, Push brake piston in with a wedge against rotor, remove brake caliper. (two 10mm bolts) Take brake pads out and fit new ones in, - replace caliper, replace wheel.
Most likely 3/8 Allen for caliper this truck.
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You have to remove the drive side tire and the wheel cover to get to the battery.
a lot of work. the transmission has to be removed.
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Normally 2 but it depends on the make vehicle.
true you do not need to remove the caliper to change the brakes. how evever they are removeable. you should be able to loosen one bolt on the caliper and flip it up to remove the pads.
Use flare nut wrenches to remove. If you mean the hose to the caliper, remove the banjo bolt (why it's called that, I don't know) attaching it to the caliper, noting the arrangement of the sealing copper washers. After installing replacement, bleed brakes completely to remove air in the lines.
About 5 for a filter change. 9 for dry fill.
yes, when you took the line off, you let air into it. so you will have to bleed them.
you will need a c clamp to depress the caliper after pulling the brakes, first take the tire off second there are usually 2 bolts to the caliper remove the bolts third you will find the pads once you remove the caliper they will just snap in then you will need a flat surface to push agaisnt the caliper to depress it i usually use the old pad when you have finished you will need to pump your brakes in the car until the are hard.
Changing the caliper is an extension to the changing the brakes procedure.The 'extension' is to disconnect the brake line/hose from the caliper.Next extra step is to bleed the brakes - since the new caliper is going to be full of air when you first hook it up.See "Related Questions" below for more extensive coverage of the procedures...
Remove wheel if disc brakes: Remove caliper mounting bolts and slide caliper out of the way. If drum brakes: remove brake drum Remove brake line Hub assembly should be secured by 4 bolts You may have to separate backing plate from hub assembly, by supporting backing plate and striking hub assembly sharply w/hammer
I have a 99 grand am and I am tring to replace the brakes on the front of my car but when I go to put the brakes back on the caliper wont line up wheats wrong with this? How do I fix this?