Removal & Installation
Clean dust on caliper and brake pad with a vacuum dust collector to minimize the hazard of air borne particles or other materials.
While removing caliper, do not depress brake pedal because piston will pop out.
It is not necessary to remove bolts on torque member and brake hose except for disassembly or replacement of caliper assembly. In this case, hang caliper with a wire so as not to stretch brake hose.
Do not damage piston boot.
If any shim is subject to serious corrosion, replace it with a new one.
Always replace shim and shim cover as a set when replacing brake pads.
Keep rotor and pads free from brake fluid and grease.
Burnish the brake pads and disc rotor mutually contacting surfaces, after refinishing or replacing rotors, after replacing pads, or if a soft pedal occurs at very low mileage.
- Remove rear wheels and tires using power tool.
Remove lower sliding pin.
Swing cylinder body up and support cylinder body with a suitable wire as shown. Remove pads, shim, covers and pad retainers from torque member.
WARNINGWhen removing pad retainer from torque member, lift pad retainer in the direction shown by arrow, so as not to deform it.