Question about 2000 Honda Accord
Jack up and suport the car proplerly (not on the sissor jack)remove wheel don't forget to crack off wheel bolts before jacking up
when you look at the brake caliper on the inner side at the bottom you will see bolt it will be either 12 mm or 14mm head remove this and the body of will lift up may need a bit of help from a pry bar then the pads can be removed the caliper piston wil need to be pushed back a big pair of grips is best for this then clean up where the brake pads sit so they are not a tight fit as they will bind if there tight then refit in reverse order
but remember if your unsure this is your brakes so get someone who knows what there doing to check them before refitting the wheel
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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