Question about 2006 Hyundai Tucson
Jack up vehicle, remove wheel, take out bolts holding caliper on. Push piston of caliper in all the way with screwdriver or pry bar. Remove caliper, only doing one at a time as to not push piston of opposite caliper out. Pull caliper out of position, remove and replace brake pads. Install and bolt on caliper, repeat steps for other side. Pump up brakes to get pads against rotors, put wheels on and take for test drive.
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