Question about 1995 Eagle Talon
Jack it up - take the wheels off, there are two bolts that hold the caliper to the wheel mounting.
Unbolt the 2 nuts (Get a Haynes manual for $20 if you can't work out which they are) and slide the caliper off the disk.
You can now swap out the old pads for the new ones but you will probably need to push in the caliper piston to make room to get the new pads back on the disk. Typically leave the old pads in and use a couple of large screw drivers or a small tyre levers to push the piston back into the caliper, check that the brake fluid reservoir is not too full to do this by checking the level frequently as you push the piston in, Once fully back you can put the new pads in the caliper and slide the caliper back over the disk - line up the holes for the bolts and re bolt the caliper back on. It really should be tightened to the right torque setting so again if you have a Haynes manual (Pep boys, Autozone etc.) you can see the right torque settings also.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
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