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What part of the brake pad gets greased.

When replacing brake pads on a 2004 honda odyssey, what part of the brake pad gets greased.

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None!!! There is a brake quiet spray that some people use to coat where the pad contacts the caliper. This is used just to keep the pads from squeaking against the metal caliper, but is not required. But...make sure the pads can float a little once installed, if they have to be forced in, they will bind and not wear even. Rust can build up on the caliper bracket and cause this.

Posted on Jul 03, 2010

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    Douglas Hansen Jul 09, 2010

    The grease is usually for the caliper bracket, where the ends of the pads slide in. This is where they have stainless steel clips, and a big problem is that rust gets built up behind the clips and binds up the pads. I personally remove these and clean out and grease these. Also, any pins that allow the caliper to float must also be lubed and free, not bound up.

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