2001 Jaguar S-Type Replace Rear break pads.

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  • 2001 JAGUAR S-TYPE
  • 6 CYL
  • 2WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 77,000 MILES
Please give me instructions onhow toremove read break pads 01 s type.
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Thursday, November 27th, 2008 AT 9:49 PM

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REAR DISC BRAKE PADS - VEHICLES WITH: STANDARD BRAKES, VIN RANGE: M45255->N52047 (70.40.03)
Special Service Tools
Removal
NOTE:Special tools required: Brake Caliper Piston Retractor Tool (206-080). See Fig. 39. Crankshaft Pulley/Damper Remover (303-588). See Fig. 40.

Remove both rear wheels and tires. For additional information, refer to WHEEL AND TIRE (74.20.05)
NOTE:Left-hand shown, right-hand similar.

Detach the brake caliper.
Remove and discard the brake caliper retaining bolts.
Detach the brake caliper.
Fig. 22: Removing Brake Caliper Retaining Bolts
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CAUTION:The brake caliper must be supported at all times.

NOTE:Left-hand shown, right-hand similar.

Fig. 23: Securing Caliper To One Side Using Suitable Tie Strap
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Using a suitable tie strap, secure the caliper to one side.
NOTE:Left-hand shown, right-hand similar.

Remove the brake pads.
Remove the brake pad anti-rattle spring plates.
Fig. 24: Removing Brake Pads
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Installation
WARNING:Do not use compressed air to disperse brake dust into the atmosphere.

CAUTION:If the pistons are pushed back into the housing, brake fluid will be forced back into the brake fluid reservoir.

CAUTION:Make sure that the brake disc faces are clean before installation.

CAUTION:Brake pads must always be replaced in axle sets.

NOTE:Remove the forcing screw from the crankshaft pulley/damper remover and install to the brake caliper piston retractor tool.

Fig. 25: Retracting Brake Caliper Pistons Using Special Tools
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Using the special tools, fully retract the brake caliper pistons.
NOTE:Left-hand shown, right-hand similar.

Fig. 26: Identifying Brake Caliper Piston Location Mark
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Make sure the brake caliper piston location mark is in the correct position so that the locator pin on the brake pad locates correctly into the brake caliper piston.
NOTE:Remove the forcing screw from the brake caliper piston retractor tool and install to the crankshaft pulley/damper remover.

NOTE:Left-hand shown, right-hand similar.

Install new brake pads.
Install the brake pad anti-rattle spring plates.
Fig. 27: Installing Brake Pad Anti-Rattle Spring Plates
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CAUTION:The brake caliper must be supported at all times.

NOTE:Left-hand shown, right-hand similar.

Fig. 28: Removing Tie Strap
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Remove the tie strap.
NOTE:Left-hand shown, right-hand similar.

Fig. 29: Installing Brake Caliper Retaining Bolts
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Attach the caliper.
Install new brake caliper retaining bolts.
Tighten to 34 N.M.
Install both rear wheels and tires. For additional information, refer to WHEEL AND TIRE (74.20.05)
NOTE:Do not start the engine or operate the electronic park brake before depressing the brake pedal.

Repeatedly depress the brake pedal until brake pressure is evident.
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