Remove two-thirds of brake fluid from master cylinder.
Raise and support vehicle.
Remove wheel. Using "C" clamp or large pliers, compress caliper piston until it bottoms in its bore.
Remove caliper guide pins. .
Remove caliper. Remove pads from caliper. Note retainer spring on inner pad (some models) and remove if replacing pads.
Remove caliper sleeves from caliper.
Apply silicone grease to outer diameter of caliper sleeves and inner diameter of bushings.
Insert caliper sleeves into bushings.
Install retainer spring on inner pad (if removed).
Install pads in caliper.
Install guide pins and tighten to specification.
Connect brake hose to caliper and tighten hose bolt to 32 ft. Lbs. (43 N.M). Bleed brake system.
If outer pads are equipped with locking ears, bend ears toward caliper until ears touch caliper.
This prevents movement of outer pad in caliper.
Monday, April 25th, 2011 AT 12:35 AM