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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
no, 12mm wrench or ratchet on 12mm socket. the piston is tough to push back in. its a twist in type and you will need some force to push and twist the piston back in. - note rear brake pads wearing out on the new 08-09 accords are very common and if under 16-18 thousand miles it may be covered. honda knows about this problem
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
Hang on, because you're in for a ride on this one. This is one of the most difficult rotor replacements there is. You will have to buy new nuts for the cv shafts on the front, remove the old ones (usually require an impact wrench), unbolt the pad bracket, unbolt the hubs, unbolt the rotors from the hubs (careful, these bolts like to break off), and replace the rotor. When you're done with this, put it back together the same way you took it apart.
Unless your rotors are excessively thin, scored badly, or warped (your brake pedal will vibrate) you usually don't need to replace them. You can use sandpaper to scratch them up, and use them again. Good luck, and have fun!
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
Detach the cable from the negative terminal of the battery. Caution: If you have an anti-theft radio, make sure you have the activation code before disconnecting the battery.
Remove the battery and battery tray from the engine compartment (remove the battery first, then remove the bolts for the battery tray and remove it.).
Remove the lower radiator hose and the wiring harness from the starter bracket. Make sure they are positioned out of the way.
Clearly label, then disconnect the wires from the terminals on the starter motor solenoid (the smaller cylinder attached to the starter). Disconnect any clips securing the wiring to the starter.
Remove the mounting bolts (two) and detach the starter (pull it gently out of its housing).
Reverse this procedure for installation.
Hope this is of help to you.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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