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change brake pads

Disassembly of the brake pads

  • Loosen the caliper and remove it.
  • Ensure no tension load is applied to the brake hose.
  • Uninstall worn brake pads.
dissassembly brake pads

Derusting installing and guide surfaces

  • Thoroughly clean surface rust from brake pad installing face.
  • According to brake design, also derust and clean caliper bracket guide surfaces using an appropriate brush.
  • Do not damage caliper bracket!
  • If necessary, please check brake caliper, anchor plate, tightening screws, guide plates and other small system parts for rust and damage and replace.

NOTE: Do not use compressed air to clean brakes, as this will stir up fine dust which, when inhaled, is a serious health hazard.

Retracting the brake piston

NOTE: Have an electric parking brake and pull-away assistant replaced by an expert using suitable electronic tooling to ensure proper functioning and prevent damage.

  • If necessary, please check brake fluid level and drain some fluid in advance.
  • Wind back brake piston using suitable retraction tool. Comply with manufacturer‘s specifications!
Wind back brake piston

Derusting installing and guiding surfaces

• Thoroughly clean surface rust from brake pad installing face.

  • According to the brake design, also de-rust and clean the caliper bracket guide surface using an appropriate brush.
  • Do not damage the caliper bracket!
  • If necessary, please check the brake caliper, anchor plate, tightening screws, guide plates, and other small system parts for rust and damage and replace them.

NOTE: Do not use compressed air to clean brakes, as this will stir up fine dust which, when inhaled, is a serious health hazard.

Retracting the brake piston

NOTE: Have an electric parking brake and pull-away assistant replaced by an expert using suitable electronic tooling to ensure the proper functioning and prevent damage.

  • If necessary, please check brake fluid level and drain some fluid in advance.
  • Wind back brake piston using a suitable retraction tool. Comply with the manufacturer‘s specifications!
Wind back brake piston

Installing new brake pads

  • Lubricate mounting surfaces as well as guide and contact surfaces on caliper bracket and brake pad using high-temperature-resistant, metal-free for-life grease.
  • Keep brake pad friction surfaces NO grease!
  • Installing new brake pads and ensure they move freely.
  • Reinstall caliper.
Reinstall caliper
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