Removal & Installation
- Raise and safely support the vehicle.
- Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
- Remove the caliper assembly from the disc brake rotor and support it with a length of wire. Do not let the caliper hang from the brake line.
- Remove the upper and lower support bracket retaining bolts. Remove the support bracket.
Remove 2 retainer nuts and remove the disc brake rotor from the hub. Check the rotor for scoring and/or other wear. Machine or replace, as necessary.
- If the disc brake rotor is being replaced, remove the protective coating from the new rotor. If the original rotor is being installed, make sure the rotor braking surfaces are clean.
Install the disc brake rotor on the hub assembly.
NOTELubricate the hub pilot with a suitable caliper slide grease to ease future rotor removal.
- Install 2 retainer nuts to hold the disc brake rotor in position.
- Install the disc brake caliper support bracket and tighten the support bracket retaining bolts to 65-87 ft. lbs. (88-118 Nm).
- Install the brake pads and disc brake caliper assembly.
- Install the wheel and tire assembly. Install the lug nuts and torque to 85-105 ft. lbs. (115-142 Nm).
- Pump the brake pedal several times prior to moving the vehicle to seat the brake pads to the rotor.
- Road test the vehicle and check the brake system for proper operation.