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Ford courier ute rear brakes

Do i put rim back on to snap inside 4nuts as i only have bottle jack to lift car

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I have a 1985 Mazda B2200 diesel ute. The front wheels smell like they are burning and the rims are very hot. Is this a disc brake problem or bearings? Or would it be something else?


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1. Think about having it done for safety's sake. mess up any of these steps and you can be visiting the hospital
put the car on jack stands.
pull off the wheel
two bolts on engine side of caliper hold it to the wheel assembly
Very carefully lift caliper-don't damage line
the brake pads snap out
carefully compress the piston assembly with an appropriate tool
clean the caliper pad contact area
put the brake pad adhesive on the back of the pads
Snap in the pads
reassemble

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Sometimes the rim will stick on the hub or brake drum. Get a big hammer (3-5 lb. hand sledge) and a piece of wood, a 2 x 4 about a foot long works good. Make sure the car is lifted and on a jack stand, dont just rely on the jack itself. Hold the wood over the inside of the rim this is so you dont hit the rim directly with the hammer and whack it good until the rim pops free. Make sure to hold the wood from the opposit end so you dont pinch or hit your hand. I just had to do this on my sisters focus last weekend. I hope this helps.

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