How can install my brake pads


Installing new brake pads on your car is a relatively straightforward process, but it's important to follow the correct steps to ensure proper installation and safe operation of your vehicle. Here are the general steps to install brake pads:

First, make sure your car is in a safe location, and that it is properly supported with jack stands or a lift.

Remove the wheel on the side of the car where you will be replacing the brake pads.

Locate the brake caliper, which is the component that houses the brake pads. It will be located near the wheel and rotor.

Use a C-clamp or brake caliper piston tool to compress the brake caliper piston back into its bore. This will make room for the new brake pads.

Remove the old brake pads from the caliper. They should be held in place by clips or pins, which can be easily removed.

Clean the brake caliper and rotor with brake parts cleaner.

Install the new brake pads into the caliper, making sure they are properly aligned with the caliper and rotor.

Replace any clips or pins that were removed, and make sure the brake pads are securely in place.

Release the brake caliper piston and make sure it is properly seated.

Reinstall the wheel, and repeat the process on the other side of the car.

Once you have installed new brake pads on both sides of the car, be sure to properly bed them in before driving. This can be done by applying light pressure on the brake pedal repeatedly until the brake pads are properly seated and the rotor is slightly warm.

It is always recommended to check the owner's manual of the vehicle for specific instructions, and if you're not confident in your ability to install the brake pads yourself, it's best to have a professional mechanic do it for you. ( Call CPN @ 09099995678 )

Posted on January 2023,26  //  Author: Admin