Hi im changing my rear disc i have taken the pads & calliper off and the disc still wont come off is there any thing else holding it on? there does not seem to be and didn't have this probablem when i did the front, as soon as the pads were out the disc was loose
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the callipers actually slide on two pins that are part of the mount to the axle. this sliding action allows the callipers to centralize over the rotor disc
if you are experiencing a dragging brake then remove the pads and see if you can slide the calliper on those pins
if not you will have to remove the pins and clean the rust and gunk out of the holes in the calliper
they do rust up and seize which gives dragging brakes especially after fitting new pads.
make sure that the calliper body is free to move on the support pins
the pins are there to allow the calliper to centralize on the rotor
if the pins are seed up then when pressure is applied to the piston the calliper is pulled sideways but then keeps that pad in hard contact with the rotor
as there is no check valve in the master cylinder for disk brakes, there may be a problem in the compensating port for the disc section that is keeping the disc brake section on
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dont worrie about the e brake adjustment prie on the caliper to remove from caliper braket just get the tool to return the piston inside to caliper if looks like this you have to press in or if is a cross turn clock wise to push in
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for front pads jack and support car remove wheels remove bolts holding calliper remove spring clip pull calliper off remove pads clean housing fit outer pad slowley push calliper piston in using large grips fit inner pad to piston refitcalliper fit bolts refit spring clip can be awkward pump brake pedal until firm check fluid level rear ones are the same but special tool needed to wind calliper pistons back in note make sure brake discs are in good condition first
with car on stands use punch to remove pad retaining pins pull out pads can be tight remove 2 calliper retaining bolts move calliper away from disc remove disc retaining bolts remove disc check hand brake shoes and clean look for adjuster between shoes if it has one back it of some models just have hand brake cabel adjustment clean and fit new disc secure adjust hand brake shoes using screw driver through wheel bolt hole clean refit calliper slowley push back calliper pistons fit new pads refit retaining pins do other side pump up brake pedal check and adjust handbrake if neededcheck brake fluid level
awkward with diff carrier in place but possible need car jacked up high as you can remove lower plate on carrier for better acces remove hand brake cable from callipers release lock tab remove the mounting bolts and the fork feed calliper round brake disc towards rear of carrier on bench note correct fitted position of pads remove nuts holding each pad clean mounting faces well if this not done new pd can be damaged fit and secure new pads unwind adjuster bolt operate calliper lever to check adjuster working should hear it click if ok refit io car guide in poition locate in position a taper gound on to bolt helps as easy to miss hole in calliper when happy it correct gently remove bolts fit fork and tab secure bolts engage fork lugs in calliper arms operate calliper lever by hand till freeplay is taken up pads now in correct position do other side refit cable and lower plate good luck