Question about 1999 Daewoo Matiz
Remove calipers and caliper mounting brackets.
Remove brake disk.
Replace new disk, being sure to clean it thoroughly with brake cleaner and a clean rag.
Replace caliper mounting bracket.
Replace new brake pads.
Push back caliper piston.
Re-attach brake caliper.
Repeat on other side.
Remove brake fluid reservoir cap.
Pump brake pedal until hard.
**** out any excess fluid from master cylinder reservoir.
Wash off any excess fluid with water and dry thoroughly.
Be sure to keep to a slower speed than usual and keep extended braking distances until new pads and disks are bedded in.
Posted on Nov 14, 2012
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