Question about 2006 Honda CR-V
Take off road wheel`s there will be a fixing bolt on the pad holder (12-13mm socket) remove this bolt swing assembly up and over,remove old pad`s,push back the brake piston,grease contact point`s on new pad`s re-fit.Re-build using new secuing bolt,pump brake pedal until it come`s up hard re-fit road wheel`s job done..NO heavy braking for first 100 miles..
Posted on Jan 06, 2013
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