Question about 2006 Ford Bantam 1.3i
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It should just pull off once you have taken the caliper off. It may be seized in place, if thats the case try spraying the back of it with some sort of penetrating oil, let it sit for a bit. THen put some heat on it if you have torches, or beat it with a hammer. Sounds kind of crude...but it works
Posted on May 07, 2009
remove tire,loosen and remove caliper 2 bolts on rear side of caliper,usually a allen/torque wrench or a standard wrench if u got all 3 ur good,fully remove caliper disc slides right off studs,new caliper will be thicker,which requires the piston behind the pad to be moved in, u can use a large c lamp be very careful while tightening down on piston not to brake it usually lay something across the piston put the clamp on that piston must go in far enough to allow pad to slide over new disc good luck its easy and pretty self explanitory
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
1. Raise and support the vehicle
2. Remove the desired wheel
3. Loosen/remove the two caliper retaining bolts.
4. Remove the caliper from the wheel
5. Using a C-clamp, depress the caliper piston until it's completely recessed.
6. Remove the old brake pads
7. Install the new brake bads on the caliper
8. Reinstall caliper on the disc
9. Reinstall/tighten the calpier bolts
10. Put the wheel back on
11. Lower the vehicle.
*** When you are getting set let the car roll a few revolutions of the wheel to keep the pads off the disc. It will make it easier to get the caliper off.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
i shall help u by telling the procedure. first remove the brake cable from the caliper. now check for the dusts if any and re insert into the disc caliper now bleed the brake master cylinder. strongly kick the brake.keep it in pressed condition and pour in the brake oil. now release the brake pedal and push it for two times and then release.now the oil will be evenly distributed into your master cylinder. To be noted that connection goes directly from brakes master cylinder to the brake pedal. from the brake master cylinder the connection goes to the two wheels(front).check for any oil leakage.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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