Question about 2004 Kia Optima
1. Park on a flat and level surface. Apply the parking brake. Secure the vehicle by wedging something behind the wheels to prevent the vehicle from rolling.
2. Use a syringe, turkey baster or similar tool to siphon out the brake fluid from the master cylinder reservoir until it's approximately one third full. You can't reuse the old fluid, so you'll need to dispose of it.
3. Remove the wheel and the caliper guide pin bolts. Lift the caliper away from the rotor. Suspend the caliper from the frame using mechanics wire. Remove the brake pads and retainer spring from the caliper. Compress the caliper piston into the bore.
4. Reinstall the brake pads. Place an anti-squeak product on the outside of the brake pads, making sure not to get any of this on the inside of the brake pads. Reinstall the retainer spring to the caliper. Reinstall the caliper in position on the caliper support bracket. Reinstall the guide pin bolts. Reinstall the wheels.
5. Add brake fluid. Start the engine and pump the brakes 3 to 4 times.test drive at slow to moderate speeds to ensure worked correctly.
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