Question about 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Its very easy. Pull tires off after putting vehicle on jack stands. There are only 2 bolts that holt the caliper on the rotor. Once you remove those bolts, the caliper will slide off. the break pad removal can be a little tricky, as you must depress a button with a screw driver in order to get he pads out. I recommend having two people to do this part. Once the old pads are out, us either a c-clamp or a pair of chanel locks to push the piston back in. Once the piston is back in, insert the new pads, place the caliper back on the rotor and reinsert the two bolts. I dont know the specs of the bolts, but be sure not to tighten them too much as you can damage parts to the brake system. It literally took me 20 minutes to do my brakes.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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