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Look on carfax.com and list the VIN.

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Replace front brakes on hundayi sonota 2009


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Park securely the car on a plain surface engage first gear and pull the emergency brake.
Raise the front of the car with a jack.
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Undo the two rods that hold the caliper closed.
Lift the caliper off the disk. You may need to use a tool. Make sure you do not damage the brake hose connected to the caliper.
Pull out the brake pads.
Compress the piston back into the cylinder. There are several way to do that. The piston seal is quite delicate. A safe way to do the job is using a brake piston retractor .
Fit the new pads inside. If you have done it before you can use a file on the pads surface to help adherence with the disk.
Perform operations in reverse order to reassemble.

Brake maintenance is quite delicate. Even if the procedure is not difficult it should be performed by a trained technician.



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If it is a grinding noise then you have a problem with the brake pad area, it may have a stone caught in this area. Or it may have worn front brake pads.

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How to slacken rear brake shoes to replase disc


Hi Ricky

Your car has disc brakes so you need to release the brake pads not shoes (they are for drum brakes). That should help when you buy a new set.

Loosen the split pins which hold the pads in the caliper. You should then be able to push the pads out. It sounds like the pads are worn down so much that the caliper pistons are at their full reach.

Once you have slid them out, you need a piston retractor tool to push the pistons back in the caliper in order to be able to fit the new pads.

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Firstly put the hand brake on and loosen the wheel nuts, jack the car and remove the wheel, if you turn the wheels out so you have a better view. then remove the 2 10mm bolts from the rear of the brake caliper, there will be a hard tough wire coming over then brake caliper pop this off with a screw driver or pliers. now open the bonnet and remove the cap from the brake fluid bottle. once done leave it off and then retun to the brakes, get a flat screw driver and place it between the inner most brake pad and the brake disc then push the 2 apart, once these have been moved lift the caliper off and the brake pads should come free. the caliper has a cylider/ round part that pushes the pads against the disc ensure that the cylider is pushed right back into the caliper using some big grips large pliers. once the cylinder is right back you should be able to fit the new pads. replace all the parts in reverse order, but before putting the wheel back on push the brake pedal several times until the pedal feels hard. then replace the wheel and do the other side. once complete check the fluid level on the brake fluid and replace the cap.

This is a fairly easy job should take a novice about 40mins a side but if your quite savvy with cars then you can complete the whole job in about an hour.

Hope this helps if not please get back to me so I can be more accurate, and talk you through it.

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How much would it cost for a complete brake job on a 2007 Dodge Charger SRT8


Wow, not gonna be cheap. The brakes are sourced through Rambo, which means you either have to go directly to the dealer or Brembo for the pads and rotors. As I'm sure you know, Brembo is a very "high end" company. I contacted my local Mopar supplier and they don't even have a listing. If you are looking for a cheaper way out, see about just installing pads and not machining or replacing the rotors. You may get an occasional squeak, but I'm guessing you will save a pretty penny.

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I need to change front brake pads


You have two bolts to remove the caliper (it will still be attached to the flex hose). then use a C clamp to compress the caliper piston (one side on outside brake pad the other end on the back of the caliper). Inspect other components, replace pads and reinstall. I would highly recommend replacing rotors as well or at least having them turned. Its a pretty easy job if you have done similar jobs in the past.

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Straight forward job. Remove wheels, remove 2 caliper bolts per wheel, check bolts,and bushings for wear/corrosion and lubricate, remove calipers, remove brake pads, push caliper pistons into calipers, replace anti-rattle clips, put new pads in, put caliper and bolts in, put wheels on. Start truck and press brake pedal several times to take up slack and you're done.

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Rear electronic patking brake/ caliper looks SCARY.


Your A8 and new shape A6s with electric parking brakes require an electric input to the vehicle to tell it to wind back the pistons/pads. Main dealers have this on their diagnostic equipment. You can also purchase after market tools that just do this operation, heres an example
http://www.alpha-bid.com/product244.html
I have only ever used a main dealer machine so im not sure how good an after market one will be. Im not aware of anyway of doing the job without an electrical input to wind back the pads, the motors are very powerful so I wouldnt reccommend trying it manually. Hope this helps.

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1990 Pontiac Bonneville


All shops will tell you that you need to turn or replace the front rotors when you do brakes. I personally only replace rotors, and only if I get shaking in the steering wheel when I apply the brakes. In answer to your question 75 to 125$ us for a brake job including pads and turning the rotors.

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