Question about 1988 Daihatsu Charade
What i do is remove fluid from master cyl. in engne bay. jack up front, remove wheels. with decent flat blade push piston back through caliper between inner pad and rotor. remove lower caiper bolt (12mm). pivot caliper up remove old pads, fit new pads. Check inner and outter pads and dont forget the shims!!! refit lower bolt. pump brake pedel. top up fluid in master cyl. refit wheels. go for drive to bed in. accel. to 60kmh brake to 20kmh repeat 5 times.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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