Question about 2006 Toyota Sienna
-Set up jack and properly block front tires.
-Do not set parking break as this may hender removing the rear calipers. Open hood and remove the brake resevoir cap.
-Remove hubcaps if applicable,
-Loosen Lugnuts but do not remove,
-Jack up van,
-Caliper should be visible. There are two bolts or hex heads on the back side that can be a pain to remove sometimes.
-Pull the caliper off the rotor, It is recomended to have the rotors turned or replaced. With the old pad still in place, take a c clamp or brake caliper squeezer and compress the caliper
-remove old pad, take note for the reinstall of the new pad.
-reverse the steps. This is a simple break down. Hope it helps
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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