Question about 1990 Toyota 4Runner
I am down to the removing the cap on the fron t wheel holdin gon the rotor, how do I remove the assembly unit to replace the rotor?
Take off the disk pad, release the pressure.
1. Loss the brake fluid small fitting on the cylinder, then use one hand slowly loss the fitting and use another hand with flat screw driver pressure the brake pad toward the piston of the cylinder AT THE SAME TIME , as soon as you release the pad a little bit, close the fitting right away, DO NOT LET THE AIR GET INTO YOUR BRAKE LINE. After you release the pad, TIGHT the fitting.
2. Take off two screws behind the cylinder which connected to the body and remove the cylinder first and then take off the rotor.
3. When you put back, don’t touch the fitting, after you finish it, check everything is O.K. then start the car, pump the brake several times, until you feel the brake is normal.
For your safety, use emergency brake and also put something behind your rear wheel to completely stable the car.
Good luck, hope this can help you.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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