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How do I change brake pads and rotors for a 2007 honda jazz/fit?

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SOURCE: how do i change front brake pads on 2007 honda odyssey

No, just a 14mm wrench or socket to remove the lower caliper bolt, swing the caliper up and slide the pads out. Compress the caliper piston with large slip joint pliers. Lubricate the pad ends where they touch the slides and install new pads.

Posted on May 14, 2009

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SOURCE: how to replace brake pads & rotors

I have a 2006 Sequoia which should have the similar if not the exact same brake system. Changing the pad is very easy and straight forward. No special wrenth was involved. Easier than sedans since no worry to damage the brake fluid pipe.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Changing the back rotors and brake pads. The

its more or less and backing plate you can drive without it it keeps brakes cool and gravell free > speaking as a tech you should replace it?

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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SOURCE: cannot fit caliper w/new pads on rotor(rear brakes)

Squeeze the pistons with large pliere to get a little more clearance

Posted on Aug 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 2007 Rav 4- Front Brake pad growl during stops

I had what sounds like the same problem with my v6 2007 rav4. When the brakes were replaced at 27000 miles, the toyota tech had installed the caliper mounting pins in the wrong mounting place, what I mean is that one pin is shorter than the other and he put the top pin in the bottom and vice-versa. this allows the caliper to operate unevenly and wore down the pads on that side much faster than the other side because it was always rubbing and therefore warped the rotor from overheating. It took 2 trips back to the dealer and 2 independent shops before that was found.

Posted on Aug 18, 2010

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One side at a time

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undo the lower calliper bolt .. loosen the top one

take note of the clips position or take photos as you go
swing up the calliper from the bottom

g clamp the calliper piston in till it stops
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when other side is done
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Callipers are what hold the pads and the cylinders on the car. They have nothing to do with your problem. However they are attached by 2 bolts that are fixed to the axle housing mount. These bolts will rust up and not allow the callipers to move and centralize on the disc rotor. If you look at the callipers you will see 2 bolts that have what looks like a rubber seal under the head These are the bolts . Although you have adjusted the hand brake, if you have shoes inside the hub of the disc rotor they will have to be adjusted first and not just the lever.

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Installed brand new pads and rotors on my mom's 2007 honda pilot. applied grease, new clips etc. cleaned the springs with brake clean. Stops fine, but she has been complaining of a squealing noise while...


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Hello... in answer to your question tis is not a normal problem nor is it normal wear and tear i hve worked on hondas for years and own and race two of them,dealers will tell you what they want so that they dont have to cover warranty cuz of hard times with economy right now..so i would take it to a local shop someone you know someone u can trust and have proof of what it is on paper to show dealership if they dont want to fix it then u will hae to take it to another level, but according to you new brake pads new rotors, did you get these from dealer?? if so its there fault..if not theres a defect then with either the brakes and or rotors, now keep in mind to if your alignment is out or tires are wearing unevenly this can cause that vibrartion as well, a honda is a soup can on wheels so ur going to feel the road and vibrations all the time, but if its out of the ordinary and u know it u should look at these things, also chck your fluids, but more commonly though is the alignment for this iratic behavior if you live on or constantly drive on bumby roads it will jar the cars suspension loose over time and so hen u will brake it will cause the wheels to slightly move back and forth, but on the inside making you feel the car is falling apart. i hope i was some kinde f help to you if not im sorry. have a wonderful day.

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Yes, depending on the quality of the rotor, in extreme conditions it can rust out quicker. The brake pad graps the rotor, 'cleaning' it as it stops the vehicle. If the vehicle sits for a long period of time then it is more likely to accumulate rust. If a rotor gets out of balance, (this is what causes your vibration) it needs to be remachined. The rotor can only be machined so many times before it is too thin to use. The rear rotor must be thinner than the front rotor. Since this is a vital part of your brake system, it's money well spent to help insure your safety.

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