Replacing rear brake pads and rotors really isn't too hard. Plus, if you do it yourself, purchase lifetime parts so you never have to pay for them again.
You can expect rear brakes to last around 30,000 miles, but that changes based on terrain and driving habits.
To get started, here is a link that explains in general how it's done. Use this as a guide and video on same make the process is the same.
Here are the directions specific to your vehicle. The attached pics below correlate with these directions.
REMOVE REAR DISC BRAKE CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
Hold the rear disc brake cylinder slide pin, and remove the 2 bolts and rear disc brake cylinder assembly.
REMOVE REAR DISC BRAKE PAD
Remove the 2 rear disc brake pads with rear disc brake anti-squeal shim kit from the disc brake cylinder mounting.
REMOVE REAR DISC BRAKE ANTI-SQUEAL SHIM KIT
Remove the rear disc brake anti-squeal shim from each rear disc brake pad.
Remove the rear disc brake pad wear indicator plate from each rear disc brake pad.
REMOVE REAR DISC BRAKE PAD SUPPORT PLATE
Remove the 2 rear disc brake pad support plates from the disc brake cylinder mounting.
REMOVE REAR DISC BRAKE CYLINDER SLIDE PIN (for Upper Side)
Remove the rear disc brake cylinder slide pin from the disc brake cylinder mounting.
Install is the reverse or removal
REMOVE DISC BRAKE CYLINDER MOUNTING
Remove the 2 bolts and disc brake cylinder mounting.
REMOVE PARKING BRAKE SHOE ADJUSTING HOLE PLUG
Remove the parking brake shoe adjusting hole plug.
REMOVE REAR DISC
Put matchmarks on the rear disc and the rear axle hub.
Release the parking brake and remove the rear disc.
If the disc cannot be removed easily, use a screwdriver to turn the shoe adjuster as shown in the illustration in order to contract the parking brake shoes.
I hope this helps. Let me know if you have other questions.
Take care and God Bless,
Images (Click to enlarge)
Monday, March 1st, 2021 AT 8:06 PM