Question about 2002 Land Rover Freelander
Jack ukp one side of car. Remove tire. You will see disk brake. Remove two bolts holding the caliper on. Remove the pads. Now once you remove the pads the piston applying the pressure will come all the way out. So you will need a 6" C clamp to push this back in when you replace the pads. You will need some anti seizing compound and some high temp grease to do the job right. Check the rotors, if glazed or smooth, have them turned at any maching shop or brake place. When using the c clamp to push the piston in remove the brake fluid cap and sipon some off, pushing the piston back in will cause the brake fluid to overflow. Replace the brake fluid upon completion of the job. Do one wheel at a time.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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